Scribes Rene Balcer ("Law & Order") and Dana Stevens ("City of Angels") will kick off the 25th year of the Humanitas Master Writers Workshops.
Winging east, Giselle Fernandez of "Access Hollywood" and Hector Elizondo of "Chicago Hope" head here next month to co-host the 12th annual Hispanic Heritage Awards.
Turner Broadcasting System has promoted David Levy from executive VP to the new post of president of international advertising sales.
Rob Morrow has been cast opposite Heather Burns in the NBC midseason pilot "Nearly Yours."
Having helped build statewide TV and film production into a $1.3 billion industry, the Florida Film Commissioners Assn. is disbanding to make way for the broader-based org Film Florida.
WebChoice Inc. has upped Valerie Gilbert from senior veep to prexy of the Santa Monica-based company. Gilbert is in the process of leading WebChoice’s worldwide launch this fall with programming from…
With a boost from Hurricane Bonnie, the newest edition of "Dateline NBC" stirred up a Nielsen storm Wednesday, easily blowing away its timeslot competitors.
Compounding the problems at Playa Vista, the proposed development struggling to keep DreamWorks' interest as a future tenant, Los Angeles city officials have ordered a stop to grading and other work…
When freshly installed Venice Intl. Film Festival chief Felice Laudadio pointed last year to the creative slump in American moviemaking as reason for the dearth of heavyweight U.S. titles in 1997's…
Producer Richard Gladstein has reupped with Miramax Films in a two-year, first-look production deal.
William Forsythe, who has appeared in such pics as "Weeds," "Raising Arizona" and "Once Upon a Time in America," has signed on to star in the Newman/Tooley Films indie production "The Last Marshal."