John McL. Doelp has been appointed senior VP of marketing at Epic Records.
With the specter of government action looming, leading TV exex defended their industry Tuesday against charges that there is too much violence on television.
Canada's main private web, CTV, is introducing four new U.S. series to its 1993-94 schedule: Steven Bochco's "NYPD Blue,""The John Larroquette Show,""Cafe Americain" and "Sinbad."
Plans were unveiled at the weekend's second annual West Coast Theatre Conference for a Hollywood Theater District Information Center, to open by August.
The Interactive Television Assn. is expanding its offices. ITA, a non-profit trade association, is based in Winston-Salem, N.C., and is opening offices in Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles in June…
Kevin Fortson, who has run Geraldo Rivera's Investigative News Group for the past few years, has ankled to become VP of production for Telepictures Prods.
It was relatively quiet on the box office front as TriStar/Carolco's "Cliffhanger" continued to hold sway at the top of the charts.
Less than a week after announcing plans to enter the home shopping business, Macy's is negotiating with Home Shopping Network to handle back-office operations.
VH1, the musicvideo-oriented cable network aimed at adults 25 to 49 years old, has bought its first sitcom repeat, the revamped "WKRP in Cincinnati," which will complete its firstrun-syndication…
Patrick Bergin and Helen Mirren are set to star in "Raging Earth," the first feature from New York-based Eagle Films.
The federal government's decision late last week to settle out of court with four artists who sued when their NEA grants were denied has done little to resolve the Clinton Administration's ambiguous…