Former Walt Disney TV prexy David Neuman has segued from the Mouse House to the new frontier, joining Internet programming startup Digital Entertainment Network as its head of program development.
CBS News chief Andrew Heyward said the upcoming second edition of "60 Minutes" will not be a cheap knockoff of the original.
With the low-budget movie industry going at full throttle, the Directors Guild of America wants to make sure everyone joins the fold.
Though ABC entertainment execs fessed up to the web's pile of problems last season, they boldly declared Wednesday at the Television Critics Assn. press tour that ratings will grow this fall.
Motion Picture Assn. of America topper Jack Valenti today will tell a group of Internet professionals that online commerce is headed for a "digital disaster" unless copyright owners can secure their…
William Morrow & Co. announced Wednesday that book marketer Marly Rusoff will join the company Aug. 3 as VP, associate publisher and executive director of marketing.
Johnny Depp and director Tim Burton will likely collaborate for a third time on Paramount and Scott Rudin Prods.' romantic horror pic "Sleepy Hollow." Depp, who starred in Burton's "Edward…
Three Los Angeles and Gotham-based public relations firms -- Rachel McCallister & Associates, Pogachefsky Co. and KillerApp Communications -- have melded into a single agency, MPRM.
Seagal Nasso Prods. has partnered with Gotham real estate magnate and stage impresario Abe Hirschfeld to produce two films, both of which will go before the cameras in the next two months.
Chicago-based newsman Jim Rosenfeld plans to ankle the Windy City's WLS to join WCBS as 6 p.m. anchor.
Bill Kroyer, a veteran director of animation and computer graphics commercials, movie titles and films, has joined digital f/x and production company Rhythm & Hues Studios.