Director Tim Burton, whose summer film “Superman Lives” is at least temporarily grounded, is in serious talks to make his next film “Sleepy Hollow,” an adaptation scripted by Andrew Kevin Walker of…
LATIN AMERICA Country Music Television Intl. plans to open a Latin America office in Miami later this month, following the recent end of a distribution accord with CBS Cable. CMT Intl., which in…
Fox Kids Network has expanded its station relations and promotion department. Susan Kiel has been upped to veepee of the division; Kathleen Cecil has joined as director; Monique McAlonis has been…
Conventional wisdom has it that one of the most uncomfortable places to find oneself is in a room with free food and drink -- populated entirely by journalists.
Frank DeVaney, a longtime executive in the field of motion picture and television product placement, died Saturday of cancer near his home in Burbank. He was 58.
Viewers can expect "The New Maury Povich Show" to feature more emotionally-charged, topical subjects than the old show, Povich and Studios USA told exex at the Promax and BDA conference.
Heavyweight boxing champ Evander Holyfield, characters from "Rugrats" and "South Park," New Yorker editor Tina Brown and CBS chairman Michael Jordan were among those honoring Viacom chairman Sumner…
Esquire magazine is continuing its yearlong self-proclaimed "editorial revival" by adding cultural critic Greil Marcus to its masthead, editor-in-chief David Granger announced Wednesday.
Steve Sanders, who was part of the Oak Ridge Boys for nearly a decade and sang on some of the million-selling group's later hits, died early June 10 in his Florida home. His wife told police he shot…
Turner Broadcasting System Inc. Wednesday announced plans to construct a $52 million production facility on its Techwood Campus and to renovate its CNN Center, both of which are in Atlanta.
Ralph Hammond Innes, a best-selling thriller novelist from Britain, died June 10 of unreported causes at his home in Suffolk, England. He was 84.