Dion Entertainment Corp. has appointed E. Marshall Pollock president. Pollock has been active in the public and private gaming industry at the national and international levels for more than 20 years.
The Writers Guild of America and CBS reached agreement on a new contract yesterday, following several days of marathon sessions at the bargaining table.
The Greenberg family is buying shares in its Astral Communications from the Bronfman clan's Hees Intl.
Fractious contract negotiations between Actors' Equity Assn. and the League of Resident Theaters concluded last weekend in a surprise, down-to-the-wire agreement.
David Bender has left as head of operations for Roseanne and Tom Arnold's Wapello County Prods. to seek a position with the Clinton administration.
The war is over between the Union of British Columbia Performers and the Alliance of Cinema, Television & Radio Artists.
Musicians Ricardo, Louis and Carlos Wilson have sued five rappers and their record companies for sampling four of their songs.
From the courtroom to the boardroom, to the election booth, Credit Lyonnais has found itself thrown into a role this past year that it never banked on.
J. Carter Brown, director emeritus of the National Gallery of Art, has been named chairman of the board of Ovation Inc., which will bow Ovation in 1994, a cable service showcasing performing arts and…
The Just For Laughs comedy empire -- which includes the city's annual comedy festival of the same name -- unveiled its brand-new Intl. Museum of Humour Monday night, and, though the museum is set to…
Disney has officially announced its professional hockey expansion team, the Mighty Ducks. The franchise was unveiled by Walt Disney Co. chairman Michael Eisner, National Hockey League Commissioner…