Mike Mischler has been named exec VP of marketing for Paramount Domestic Television.
The fifth annual U.S. Comedy Arts Fesival opened Wednesday night with the kind of irony that comedians surely had to appreciate.
Kevin Burns, a longtime TV producer on the Fox lot, has formed a new production company, Prometheus Entertainment, that will be housed within Fox Television Studios.
Former Warner Bros. TV topper Tony Jonas has hung out his indie production shingle on the WB lot after inking an exclusive production and development pact with the studio.
Standing with its pockets turned inside out, the bankrupt Canadian theater concern Livent told U.S. Bankruptcy Court that it had lost an additional $2.175 million on its shows from Jan. 4 through…
"Access Hollywood's" Pat O'Brien will serve as master of ceremonies for the 1999 ShoWest Awards Dinner on Tuesday at the Bally's hotel and casino in Las Vegas.
Liv Tyler, who starred in "Armageddon," will be a presenter at the Academy Awards.
"My Best Friend's Wedding" helmer P.J. Hogan is near a deal to direct playwright Douglas Carter Beane's "As Bees in Honey Drown" for Universal.
The annual boost at the cash registers for the presenters, performers and winners appearing on the Grammy Awards telecast, while impressive, wasn't strong enough to hold off a trio of R&B/rap debuts.
Mexico's media conglom Televisa reported improved operating results and higher margins for 1998, which it attributed to its restructuring and continuing efforts to cut costs.