The Los Angeles Times has teamed with Pacific Telesis to offer a home shopping service to Angelenos. "It will provide us with the home shopping lane" on the information superhighway, said Lee Camp…
Actors in British Columbia have opted to continue re-affiliation talks with ACTRA, Canada's screen performers union -- despite a proposed merger with the Canadian branch of the Teamsters.
A group of clothing and textile union workers will demonstrate outside the Walt Disney Co. corporate headquarters in Burbank at 8 a.m. today to protest the company's alleged "indifference" to…
The Rogers & Cowan PR firm is suing actress Joanne Woodward for 18 months of fees and expenses unpaid before she and husband Paul Newman severed their ties with the company.
The Coalition vs. PBS Censorship has protested a series of upcoming PBS meetings that are being closed to the public.
Mark Locher, national director of communications for the Screen Actors Guild, died Friday of pneumonia from AIDS-related complications. He was 37.
The Paramount Communications board of directors will meet today to consider Viacom's revised offer for the company.
Cable TV titans are mulling rating all programs for violence, and have tacitly endorsed a bill offered by Rep. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) that would require a microchip in new TV sets to allow parents to…
Blockbuster Entertainment -- which has agreed to be acquired by Viacom in a $ 8.4 billion deal -- said that four lawsuits have been filed in Delaware state court challenging the proposed merger.
Its humor has been called inane, insane and infantile, but J2 Communications chief James Jimirro says National Lampoon is becoming sophisticated -- at least in terms of its business plan.