CBS has confirmed plans to bring "Late Show With David Letterman" to Los Angeles the week of May 9-13, as reported (Daily Variety, Jan. 31).
Women in Film is celebrating its 20th year of existence with a mini film festival, of sorts, to spotlight films touching on the woman's experience.
Columbia Pictures completed a swap of business affairs executives with Sony Pictures Entertainment on Tuesday, naming Robin Russell as executive veepee of business affairs for the studio.
Alan Cole-Ford has been named to the new post of exec VP of strategy and development for MGM.
The Motion Picture Sound Editors released their nominees for the Golden Reel Awards in television Tuesday.
RHI Entertainment upped George H. Stelzner to VP and Ted Nelson to director, both in creative affairs. Stelzner will develop new projects, while Nelson will oversee the development slate for RHI, one…
Eastman Kodak Co. made "a statement about its commitment to Hollywood" Tuesday, officially opening the 84,000-square-foot facility that will house the Cinesite digital film center, the Pro-Tek film…
Actors Equity prexy Ron Silver has gotten a thumbs-up from the union's nominating committee to run for a second three-year term.
Capital Cities/ABC surprised investors Tuesday with plans for a 10-for-1 stock split to be ratified at its annual meeting in May.
Comcast Corp., the nation's fourth-largest cable operator, increased revenues and operating cash flow for the year ended Dec. 31 in the face of cable rate freezes and regulations that reduced…
Toni Braxton eclipsed Janet Jackson and Whitney Houston to win two awards Tuesday at the Soul Train Music Awards.