Donna Harrison has been tapped as the new executive producer for the NBC daytime talker "Leeza."
Augmenting its vidpic coffers, CBS has optioned Hannah Nyala's book "Point Last Seen: A Woman Tracker's Story" for a two-hour telefilm.
ABC tapped two in-house producers to revamp the struggling "Good Morning America" gabfest.
UPN flagship station WWOR-TV has tapped Gotham weather fixture Frank Field as its weekend meteorologist.
Lori Goldklang Furie has been upped to VP of production at Sony's Columbia Pictures unit, increasing her involvement in the development and production of projects for the studio's slate.
The BBC unveiled plans Tuesday for a 24-hour global English-language radio news service to complement its existing World Service broadcasts.
After three prolific but unprofitable years in the feature film business, Rysher Entertainment is calling it quits.
Time Warner Cable and the city of New York may be headed for a major dust-up over the city's claim on three of the 12 channels that TW will add to its cable system in Manhattan this fall.
Warner Bros. Television has promoted two veteran execs from its administrative ranks.
Brit legit director Peter Brook has won the Japan Art Assn.'s 1997 Praemium Imperiale Award for theater. The award, among five being announced today in Rome, carries a $150,000 prize.
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