"Thank You for Smoking" exec producer Edward Pressman and associate producer Stephen Belafonte are teaming up for another Christopher Buckley adaptation, a satire titled "God Is My Broker," which is…
Ruth Rosenberg, a creative director at theatrical ad agency Serino Coyne, died March 2 in New York state in an auto accident.
Congress and the Federal Communications Commission must "take steps to reduce excessive violence on television," said Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-W.Va.), who is prepared to reintroduce legislation that…
A&E has promoted Dan Silberman to VP of publicity. He will run the corporate, trade and consumer aspects of the PR operation and work with A&E's sibling Biography Channel.
NBC News has moved quickly to replace John Reiss as exec producer of "Nightly News," naming former "Weekend Today" producer Alexandra Wallace to the post.
Herman Brix, an Olympic shot-putting champion-turned-actor who played Tarzan in a 1935 movie, died Feb. 24 in Los Angeles of complications from a broken hip. He was 100.
SCP Worldwide, the New York-based sports/media company, has bought an 80% stake in GolTV, the 24/7 U.S. TV network dedicated to wall-to-wall international soccer.
Fabian escaped serious injury twice over the weekend -- first in a car crash, then a concert accident.
Hachette Filipacchi pulled the plug on Premiere on Monday, confirming widespread rumors that the embattled movie mag would be shuttered.
Telefe Intl. has signed with Endemol Argentina for 13 eps of "Acompanantes" (Escorts), an hourlong comedy about four down-on-their-luck men that form an agency to escort women.
Sony's struggling Indian channel group, Sony Entertainment Television, has acquired TV rights to 16 Bollywood blockbusters from Eros Intl. in a bid to boost ratings.