PR veteran Paul Nichols has been named veepee of media relations for Columbia TriStar Television Distribution.
For the first time since it was established 15 years ago, Lifetime -- the cabler with "Television for Women" as its tagline -- has a woman at its helm.
Hollywood praisery PMK will be acquired by a unit of major Madison Avenue agency McCann-Erickson.
A clutch of New York-bound productions and performers swept the 1999 Laurence Olivier Awards on Friday, with the most awards (four) going to the Royal National Theater production of "Oklahoma!"
Moviegoers across the country this week will view a trailer touting the Oscar telecast on March 21.
Michael Dornemann, chairman of BMG Entertainment, has been named humanitarian of the year by the T.J. Martel Foundation and will receive his honors at the org's annual banquet in Gotham.
Producer Allesandro Uzielli and indie producers Jackie Robbins and Elizabeth Morse have picked up rookie scribe Kelly Souders' sex comedy spec "My Slut Mom" through Uzielli's first-look deal at the…
CD album sales in the U.K. jumped 18% in the last quarter of 1998, pushing the value of sales for the year as a whole up 11%, surprising and welcome news for the British music industry.
Tim Roth, who made his directorial debut with the critically acclaimed "The War Zone," has joined with producer Dixie Linder to form a new London-based production company for Roth's future directing…
Warner Bros. got a sweet Valentine's Day present as a wave of romance-minded viewers carried its Kevin Costner starrer "Message in a Bottle" to an estimated $19.1 million four-day tally.
There's lot of casual sex on television but the onscreen fornication rarely results in adverse consequences for the characters, according to a new study by the Kaiser Family Foundation.