Theatergoers appear to have given up Broadway for Lent, with almost every show's gross receipts decreasing last week. Broadway's gross receipts total dropped nearly 4%, down $432,140 to $11,269,752.
NBC has renewed the sophomore comedy "Suddenly Susan" for the 1998-1999 season.
FROM NABEven cinematographers are benefiting from the digital explosion.
Fraser Heston, whose directing credits include "Needful Things," has set his sights on helming a Queensland, Australia-based adaptation of the Joseph Conrad novel "Freya of the Seven Isles."
Raycom Media has struck a deal to acquire TV station owner Malrite Communications, which owns network affiliates in Cleveland; Cincinnati; Toledo, Ohio; and West Palm Beach, Fla.
France's film export umbrella group, Unifrance, has decided to beef up its links with the television industry. The move reflects Unifrance's belief that while theatrical deals remain an important…
Distribution veteran Roger Lewin is ankling Trimark Pictures, where he served for the past year and a half as senior VP of domestic theatrical distribution.
NBC may be losing "Seinfeld," but there soon will be a new reason to tune in to "Must-See TV." Using the NAB platform to formally announce its digital plans for the not-too-distant future, network…
Hilary Clark has been upped to senior VP of publicity at Twentieth Century Fox Intl., relocating to L.A. from the company's Paris office.
CBS has appointed Derek Reisfeld president of its new media group, announced Bill Korn, executive VP, strategic planning, business development and broadcast operations for CBS Corp. Reisfeld will…
Harking back to its heyday as a prime pre-Broadway tryout house, New Haven's Shubert Performing Arts Center will house three final weeks of rehearsal and three weeks of performances of a new…