Eve Szurley has been promoted to VP, creative development, at Fox Broadcasting Co., having been director in that area since March 1990. Szurley will continue to develop and oversee production of…
The National Cable Television Assn. yesterday asked a federal court for permission to intervene in a case involving Bell Atlantic Corp.'s bid to provide cable TV service in its local service area.
Randy Stone has been named VP of talent and casting at Twentieth TV, a newly created position responsible for attracting and signing talent, reporting to production president Peter Roth.
NBC News announced last night that it had settled a defamation lawsuit brought by General Motors Corp. over the network's "demonstration" of a fiery pickup truck crash on its "Dateline NBC" program.
Seven more industryites have been named to serve on a new advisory board for the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television (Daily Variety, Jan. 20).
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has awarded six $ 1,000 awards to college students to be presented through its annual College Television Awards, to be handed out March 14.
Anna and Charlie Solomou, a girl, Anastasia, Jan. 24, New York Hospital.
Fox Broadcasting Co. senior VP of affiliates Preston Padden and Fox TV Stations VP of corporate and legal affairs Molly Pauker have taken on additional responsibilities at News Corp., the parent…
Marvel Entertainment Group Inc. posted a 92.6% increase in net income for the fourth quarter, fueled by its acquisition of Fleer Corp.
Alexander Schneider, a renowned violinist and conductor, died last Tuesday. He was 84 and had suffered from heart disease.