With more than 20 European films under her belt, Polish actress Beata Pozniak was known overseas, but not in America when she arrived in 1988.
"Harts of the West," the embattled CBS oater series that suffered a six-week strike of crew members, has signed a collective bargaining agreement with the IATSE, a spokesman for the union said…
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Barry Diller looks ready to make his move. Speaking Tuesday at a broadcast industry confab in Washington, D.C., Diller said QVC is continuing talks with telco BellSouth and might up its $ 80 a share…
The National Assn. for the Advancement of Colored People and the League of United Latin American Citizens said they filed a petition asking the Federal Communications Commission to deny the QVC…
"Men think you become brain-dead when you're pregnant," says actress-singer Donna Lowre, the current co-chair and next year's chair of Women in Film's Mothers in Film committee. "Or they feel you…
A bankruptcy judge on Tuesday rejected actress Kim Basinger's newest plan to pay off her debts, saying it was vague.
"I got involved in Women in Film when I turned 40 and realized that women retired or left the business 15 to 20 years earlier than men," says William Morris Agency senior VP Joan Hyler.
Rep. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) predicted Tuesday that President Clinton will sign legislation next year allowing telephone companies to compete with cable television operators in the delivery of video…
The FCC on Tuesday rescinded a waiver allowing General Telephone Co. of California (GTECA) to build a cable TV service in Cerritos, and ordered a sale of the cable operation within 120 days.
Acting FCC chairman James Quello said Tuesday he's reassessing a plan to allow telephone companies in cities of up to 10,000 people to provide cable TV service.
In the 20 years since Women in Film was founded, Hollywood women have gone from being secretaries to having them. But as the 2,000-strong nonprofit operation (not to mention the 10,000 members in 25…