The Agency for the Performing Arts has promoted six people and hired two others.
Rumors surfaced yesterday that debt-laden Westwood One may be near a deal to sell "Pirate Radio" station KQLZ-FM to Viacom Broadcasting for $ 44 million.
Fininvest's Silvio Berlusconi, owner of Italy's third-largest private company, drew closer this week to floating part of his large and diversified empire on the public stock exchange.
Media conglomerate Bertelsmann said it posted favorable profits the first half of its 1992-93 business year, based on worldwide sales revenues rising 6.9% to DM8.77 billion ($ 5.36 billion) for the…
Credit Lyonnais' legal problems with its U.S. clients continue to escalate.
Creative Artists Agency, the powerhouse talent agency that recently expanded into advertising, will further magnify its industry clout in its new advisory capacity to one of Hollywood's major foreign…
The jury that ordered Kim Basinger to pay $ 8.92 million to Main Line Pictures Wednesday for breaching a contract to star in "Boxing Helena" returned yesterday and, after just five minutes of…
Legendary mogul Samuel Goldwyn's famous malapropism, "An oral agreement isn't worth the paper its written on," was proven wrong by yesterday's surprise ruling against actress Kim Basinger.
House Energy and Commerce Committee chairman John Dingell has urged the Federal Communications Commission not to cave in to congressional pressure when it votes next week to implement key provisions…
Neil Court, former managing director of Canada's Nelvana Enterprises, has set up his own U.K.-based co-production and packaging venture and signed Jim Henson Prods. as his first client.
Zenith Prods., the film and TV production company owned jointly by Paramount and Carlton Communications, pink-slipped more than 25% of its staff earlier this week.