The Supreme Court yesterday refused to reinstate a $ 15.9 million award won, then lost, by Cool Light Co., which said it was forced out of the movie and TV lighting business.
The National Assn. of Broadcasters has joined forces with the Beer Institute and the National Beer Wholesalers Assn. in a campaign against underage drinking.
Blockbuster Entertainment Corp. has taken another stake in Hollywood, this time in TV.
Expect a new flurry of conjecture regarding the sale of NBC in the wake of a published report that parent General Electric is looking to spin off the network's entertainment division.
KCOP's coverage of the eighth annual City of Los Angeles Marathon proved to be a mixed ratings bag for the indie.
Two-time Oscar winner Jane Fonda will appear as a presenter on the 65th Annual Academy Awards Show.
Pubcaster CBC's mini-series "Conspiracy of Silence" nabbed the highest number of trophies over the weekend at the Gemini Awards, the English-Canada version of the Emmys.
A national alliance of the major forces in Canadian TV has promised to come up with a voluntary code to control the level of violence shown on TV here.
Shifts in Luxembourg's tax shelter for TV and film production may result in one of its principal investors, Los Angeles producer-distrib Harmony Gold, pulling out of the grand duchy. The government…
In the Feb. 23 Dish column, Kid 'n Play were incorrectly identified as creators of the new TriStar TV pilot "Bodyguards."
ABC laid off an undetermined number of employees Friday in the wake of a buyout offer extended to non-union employees last December.