Carlson Group on Tuesday announced it had acquired Chicago-based Daniel Taylor & Associates, in a move that will enable the architectural firm to venture into the construction of high-tech facilities…
Matthews Studio Group has announced plans to sell off its grip manufacturing subsidiary, a move the production equipment supplier says will enable it to focus entirely on its core rental business.
Hal Harrison has been upped from VP to senior VP, post production, Paramount Network Television.
Warner Bros. TV has inked an overall deal with writer/producer Maria Semple, who will segue from co-executive producer to executive producer of NBC's "Suddenly Susan" midseason.
HBO's high-definition TV programming -- when it goes out by satellite early in 1999 -- will probably reach only dish owners subscribing to satellite distributor USSB.
The cast has been set for Manhattan Theater Club's production of Terrence McNally's new play "Corpus Christi."
Kerry Stokes' Seven Network has snatched away from arch-rival the Nine Network free-to-air and pay TV rights to the Australia-England "Ashes" Test cricket series in England in 2001 and the next two…
TNT will begin production in October on the vidpic "Pirates of Silicon Valley," about the technological race between rivals Apple Computer and Microsoft, according to sources close to the production.
Defense attorney Barry Scheck and client Louise Woodward will headline a panel focusing on cameras in courtrooms at the 23rd Edinburgh Intl. TV Festival, which begins Thursday.
A Federal court in New York has slapped a Long Island sports bar with a $124,000 fine for stealing the broadcast signals of DirecTV.