Features

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On The Cheap

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The students whose films are being shown on WNYC-TV’s “First Exposure” series aren’t the only ones working on a shoestring budget. Martin Schwartz of New York Prod. Partners was contracted to create…

Marketplace

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Going To Old(ies) West

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Dave Van Dyke, who has been credited with turning CBS-owned WODS-FM Boston into one of the most successful oldies outlets in the country, has been named v.p. and general manager of Los Angeles oldies…

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Executive Shuffle

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CONSTANCE B. MINNETT has been appointed v.p. and general counsel for Warner Bros. distribution. SANDRA RABINS has been upped to the newly created post of senior v.p., production finance, for the…

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Hub’s Tale Of Two Books

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The impact of Operation Desert Storm was predictable: higher news ratings. Less predictable were the wildly divergent figures issued by both Arbitron and Nielsen. In Arbitron, the award for…

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Paley’s Brainchild Grows

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The British Broadcasting Corp. (BBC) recently pledged $100,000 to the Museum of Broadcasting’s “Fund for the Future,” ear-marked for a new building capital campaign. The site of the museum’s future…

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Fest Honoring Stone

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Director-writer Oliver Stone has been named to receive the annual Great Director’s Award at the 21st USA Film Festival, to be held in Dallas April 18 to 25 at AMC’s Glen Lakes theater. Stone won…

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