Bud Carey is out as GM of lagging O&O WCBS New York, replaced by his boss, Jonathan Klein, who will continue to serve as prexy of CBS Television Stations.
CBS will emerge from the cocoon of parent Westinghouse with a cleaner break and improved earnings.
CBS has generated more sensational ratings with the second hourlong "Kids Say the Darndest Things," suggesting the Eye can significantly bolster its Friday fortunes later this season with its planned…
Mark Rolston, a square-jawed actor seen in "Aliens," "The Shawshank Redemption" and "Lethal Weapon 2," has been cast in New Line Cinema's "Rush Hour."
"One of the few joys a writer can have in Hollywood is to have something everyone will want," says bestselling novelist James Patterson, whose thriller "Kiss the Girls" has become a box office…
In a move that sets up a fourth group of labels under its umbrella, the Warner Music Group has bowed the Sire Records Group under the aegis of industry vet Seymour Stein.
Final bids for Spanish-lingo broadcaster Telemundo Group are due today, sources said Friday, with the bidders expected to include News Corp., a joint venture of Sony Corp. and Tele-Communications…
Disney may be on the verge of canceling a deal with Germany's top commercial web RTL.
DreamWorks has mined David Fuller's action comedy spec script "Diamond Head" in a mid-six-figure deal for Karen Spiegel to produce, sources said Friday.
UPC (United and Philips Communications) Nederland has inked an agreement to merge with Telekabel, a subsidiary of Dutch energy company Nuon.
Just six weeks after his agency called for a temporary embargo on business dealings with three Hollywood studios, China's Radio, Film and TV Minister Sun Jia Zheng locked Motion Picture Assn. of…