Eighteen film teachers from the U.S. and Canada will get a taste of Hollywood this week as part of the DGA Educators Workshop on film production.
The National Assn. of Broadcasters is urging the Senate to turn thumbs down on legislation that would establish performers' rights for digital sound recordings.
The House copyright subcommittee last week approved a bill extending until Dec. 31, 1999, the right of satellite program carriers to deliver network and independent TV station signals to backyard…
TV stations are about to get bombarded with pitches for the latest syndicated theatrical movie packages from Paramount, Columbia and Universal. But these hard-sell maneuvers by the major studios will…
A Nashville producer has launched film and TV production companies and opened Tennessee's first soundstages, with a goal of making Music City a film industry center.
Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan brings his revitalization pitch to the Hollywood Radio & Television Society Thursday, marking the new mayor's first speech to an industry group.
Whoopi Goldberg, Martin Lawrence and Fox's "In Living Color" were the big winners at the first Soul Train Comedy Awards, garnering two awards apiece.
Congress' crusade against TV violence has suddenly turned into a Holy War.
Add two names to the list of prospective buyers for KMPC-AM. Former KABC-TV bosses John Severino and Tom Van Amburg, operating as SeVan Broadcasting, have made a $ 20 million-plus bid for the…
Veteran talkshow producer Bonnie Kaplan has temporarily taken over the reins of Twentieth TV's "Bertice Berry Show."