DAVID STEINBERG, GUESTING ON "The Tonight Show" several years ago, told the following joke:
O'Hara-Horowitz Prods., the partnership forged three years ago with the NBC miniseries "Switched at Birth," is now at work on an ABC miniseries and two significant anthology projects for NBC.
Kim Wayans, one of the original regulars on Fox Broadcasting Co.'s "In Living Color," is expected to leave the show, having reportedly been suspended after failing to take part in last week's taping.
NBC has confirmed a renewal of "Wings" for the 1993-94 season--providing an endorsement and boost for the Paramount Network TV comedy after the web bumped the show from its coveted post-"Cheers" time…
Michael Jaffe Films has acquired rights to produce a TV movie based on the story of Jim and Jennifer Stolpa -- the young couple and their baby who survived being stranded in the snow for eight days…
CBS, NBC and Fox Broadcasting Co. are expected to take some sort of action this week against the Primetime Emmy Awards as retaliation over the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' exclusive…
Alan Iezman is leaving his post as senior talent agent with the William Morris Agency to become a partner in the indie production company of Jack Grossbart and Joan Barnett, which will now be known…
ABC, looking to give spring tryouts to a number of backup and benched series, has announced lineup changes for March affecting five nights of programming.
Jay Leno, long without a manager, now at least has a high-powered lawyer in his corner, having retained Ken Ziffren, a partner in the entertainment law firm of Ziffren, Brittenham & Branca. Reached…
Don Ohlmeyer, exec producer of NBC Sports from 1977 until 1982, gets the opportunity to return to the network in a somewhat different capacity: as president of NBC, West Coast, a newly created title…