The Clinton administration is expected to name Washington communications lawyer Reed Hundt and Senate committee counsel Regina M. Keeney to vacant positions on the Federal Communications Commission…
Savoy Pictures Entertainment reported Friday that it has closed its previously announced offering of 7% convertible debentures due July 1, 2003. A total of $ 80.325 million of debentures were issued…
Eight years after it pulled out of an exhibition foray in Italy, Gallic major Gaumont is once again studying the idea of expanding its hardtop interests outside France.
"The Player" scribe Michael Tolkin is among the 22 candidates announced Friday by the Writers Guild of America West Inc. for Guild Officer and Board of Director slots. Other nominees include Frank…
Film preservation is in a state of crisis and will require an ongoing, expensive effort to correct the problem, the Library of Congress has concluded after a yearlong study of the issue.
Leading French rights company UGC DA predicted this week that it will post 1993 profits comparable to the 30 million francs ($ 5.3 million) achieved in 1992.
An agreement by the European Community to expand trade ties with six former Communist countries could bolster international copyright conventions and anti-piracy efforts across the region.
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has challenged Los Angeles City Councilman Joel Wachs on his vote against the Fox expansion plan, saying that Wachs is trying to be a "roadblock" to…
ZDF, already on a strict financial diet, approved a motion Thursday to cut another $ 337 million in costs by 1996.
The Big Three networks this week asked a D.C. court to transfer the fin-syn case to Chicago's U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals.