MTV Europe has unveiled its three new music channels for the U.K. and Irish markets, due to bow as part of a total six-channel bouquet on SkyDigital by July 1.
Two publicists will vie for the presidency of the Publicists Guild of America now that Ed Crane, who completes his second term in May, has chosen not to run again.
Stevie Wonder told the FCC Friday he owns the last minority-controlled radio station in Los Angeles and warned that further deregulation would make it even harder for minorities and independent…
Spanish enchantress Penelope Cruz ("Live Flesh") has inked to star in Fox Searchlight Pictures' "Woman on Top," with Fina Torres set to direct.
Director Mimi Leder ("Deep Impact") will receive the 1999 Franklin J. Schaffner Alumni Medal from the American Film Institute.
German children's channel the Kinderkanal is hoping to continue its recent ratings momentum by introducing German kids to the "Teletubbies."
Pubcaster KCET Los Angeles is cutting 16 staff positions in response to a budget shortfall blamed on lower than projected corporate donations to the PBS affil.
PR veteran Paul Nichols has been named veepee of media relations for Columbia TriStar Television Distribution.
For the first time since it was established 15 years ago, Lifetime -- the cabler with "Television for Women" as its tagline -- has a woman at its helm.
Hollywood praisery PMK will be acquired by a unit of major Madison Avenue agency McCann-Erickson.
Sydney Pollack is in talks to come aboard the comedy "Walk of Fame," with an eye toward directing. Mark Andrus ("As Good as It Gets") has already written a draft of the script.