Joe DiSalvo has been upped to general sales manager for Viacom Enterprises, where most recently he had been VP, sales, Northeast.
Jane Fowler Morrison, film editor, died Jan. 21 at the Motion Picture Home in Woodland Hills following a short illness.
Time Warner announced yesterday that it will redeem about 20 million of the remaining shares, or about $ 1.1 billion, of its series D 11% convertible exchangeable preferred stock.
Symphony Pictures has pacted with the son of the late author Louis L'Amour to develop and produce various L'Amour works as TV movies and features, beginning with "The Empty Land," in development at…
Controversial rapper/actor Ice-T and Sire/Warner Bros. Records have parted ways, and master tapes for his next album, "Home Invasion," which was to be released next month, have been returned to the…
"Used People" is being distributed by 20th Century Fox. Its distributor was mistakenly reported in the weekend box office story in Tuesday's paper.
The Video Software Dealers Assn. has announced that it will allow non-VSDA members to attend the VSDA's 12th annual convention to be held July 11-14 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Paramount's firstrun hours scored "can't-touch-this"-type numbers in national Nielsen syndication standings for the week of Jan. 11, as "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" hung on well in its regular series…
Sports announcer and former major league baseball player Jay Johnstone has sued CBS, NBC and United Press Intl. for allegedly misreporting the facts of a court appearance in January 1992.
Negotiators for the National Assn. of Broadcast Employees & Technicians and Capital Cities/ABC have completed the first round of bargaining talks, which focused on non-engineering contracts.