NSB Corp., the former Hemdale Film Corp., was given another reprieve Friday when angry creditors agreed to extend the payoff deadline until Tuesday.
With Dan Melnick's IndieProd. due for an infusion of $ 45 million, Japanese investment in Hollywood hasn't completely dried up.
With the reauthorization of the National Endowment for the Arts back on the agenda next year, President George Bush and his Democratic opponent, Bill Clinton, have both proclaimed themselves strong…
Japan's Gaga Communications has hired industry veteran Edward J. Shields as vice president of Gaga America Inc.
Some gay and lesbian employees at 20th Century Fox are "extremely distressed" by a memo that implied the studio's Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action policy does not extend to sexual…
Sovereign Pictures announced yesterday it intends to have Andy Vajna's Cinergi manage its library, as expected, supplanting a rival bid from The Movie Group (Daily Variety, Oct. 8).
Media General Inc. posted a third-quarter net profit of $ 1.9 million (7 cents a share).
A union has accused Euro Disneyland of violating France's constitution by calling the theme park's 12,000 employees "cast members."
A federal grand jury has indicted a former Globe reporter and his wife on numerous charges of mail fraud and tax violations as part of a scheme to use fictitious sources to sell information on…
A new tentative contract has been reached between Local 33 of the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, ABC and NBC.
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has dismissed a second lawsuit brought by local homeowner groups seeking to curtail Fox Inc.'s expansion plans in Century City. The suit was filed by Friends of…