Whoopi Goldberg has been selected to receive the Special Tribute prize at the 24th Annual People's Choice Awards, skedded for broadcast Jan. 11 at 9 p.m. on CBS.
Signing with an agency for the first time in his career, actor/comedian Tim Allen has inked with International Creative Management, where he and his production banner, Boxing Cat Prods., will be…
After toplining and co-writing the Universal comedy "Half Baked," comic Dave Chappelle has been set to star in and co-write the comedy "Rufus," which Robert Simonds will produce at U.
Stacy Lifton has been named VP of business and legal affairs at Fox Kids Worldwide, where she'll negotiate development, production and acquisition of programming for both Fox kids programming and the…
John F. Breglio, arguably New York's highest-profile theater lawyer, has been named chairman of the board of directors of the Theater Development Fund. Breglio replaces TDF's retiring chairman, David…
Thanksgiving brought a near-record bounty to N.Y. legit last week, sending receipts soaring to $12.5 million, the second-largest weekly gross in Broadway history.
November box office opened up with a fury but ultimately lost steam to finish with $556.7 million. It wound up 3% behind last year's record return of $574.1 million.
Paramount Network TV has hired Reid Shane as senior vice president of production, replacing Jerry Goldman, who will segue into a longform production post at the studio.
Chuck Woolery is set to host a syndie revival of the gameshow "$25,000 Pyramid" for Columbia TriStar TV Distribution, although the denomination may be adjusted for inflation.
Angelic ratings for Roma Downey's Sunday vidpic ''Borrowed Hearts'' has elevated CBS to a tie with NBC in households for the Nov. 24-30 primetime Nielsen week.
Viacom Inc. treasurer Vaughn Clarke, a key figure in the company's capital-raising operations for the past five years, won't renew his contract when it expires Dec. 31, Viacom said Tuesday.