Former British Cosmopolitan editor-in-chief Mandi Norwood has been named editor in chief of the Conde Nast women's glossy Mademoiselle, a job that was vacated by Elizabeth Crow less than a week ago.
In his annual pilgrimage to the Venice Film Festival, Motion Picture Assn. of America chairman Jack Valenti on Wednesday defended his org's ratings policy and discussed current relations between the…
Turner Broadcasting will soon learn whether its newest network, Turner South, will be stripped of the professional sports games that were to be an important component of its programming lineup.
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Break out the backpacks -- school is in session at the Museum of Television and Radio, with more than 20 seminars open for enrollment this fall at the museum's New York and Los Angeles locations.
Danish helmers Lars von Trier, Thomas Vinterberg, Soren Kragh-Jacobsen and Kristian Levring will each shoot a 70-minute feature this New Year's Eve to be aired simultaneously on Denmark's four…
National Geographic Home Video will roll out its first DVD titles, including an enhanced version of the Martin Sheen-narrated docu "Secrets of the Titanic," on Dec. 7.
The return of Puff Daddy took a back seat to the emergence of a former Mouseketeer.
Universal Pictures has tapped Frederick Huntsberry as its new chief financial officer.
Marking a dramatic leap in its U.S. ambitions, French pay television group Canal Plus is planning to co-finance the production slates of a string of Hollywood film companies.
Alex Kreisler Weinberger has been named director of development for Bruce Helford's Mohawk Prods.
The fall 1999-2000 syndication season officially kicked off Monday with the debut of "Divorce Court," one of the syndie market's more anticipated shows. With a 2.1 rating and 7 share on its first day…