WCBS-TV in New York Monday will start double running King World's "American Journal" and Paramount's "Hard Copy" in the 9-10 a.m. slot being vacated by Warner Bros.' canceled "Jane Whitney Show."
A screening of “Schindler’s List” Thursday at the Cineplex Odeon in Century City benefits the Oskar Schindler Humanities Foundation and the Simon Wiesenthal Center. Steven Spielberg and pic stars are…
Sharon Gless will play twin sisters Betty Gay Wilson and Peggy Joy Lowe in the fact-based CBS movie “Separated by Murder,” which begins production Jan. 24 from the Larry Thompson Organization. The…
Marvel Entertainment Group Inc. has expanded its financial and legal staffs, citing continued growth of operations. Marvel’s moves: Bobby Jenkins becomes executive VP and chief financial officer…
Great American Communications Co. said a bankruptcy court confirmed a joint prepackaged plan of reorganization for itself and units GACC Holding Co. and New GACC Holdings Inc.
Charles W. Fries has again been elected chairman of the Caucus for Producers, Writers & Directors, representing the 250-member industry organization.
Yevgeny Gabrilovich, one of the fathers of Russian cinema and founder of the national screenwriting school, died Dec. 6. He was 95. His most famous movies were about Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin and…
Randy Newman, who wholeheartedly embraced Los Angeles in "I Love L.A.," is heading for a much hotter place than the sunny shores of Southern California.
Rudy E. Martin, 41, librettist, composer and playwright, died Nov. 27 in New Mexico after a long illness. He was a consultant for PBS’ “Shining Time Station,” ABC’s “Good Morning America” and “20/20,”…
Robert Levy has been named director, current comedy programs, at NBC Ent., having spent four years as a writer/producer in the network’s ad-promo department. * * * Ben Silverman has joined New World…