Pamela Oas Williams and Leonard Goldstein have been named directors of drama development at Warner Bros. TV, reporting to Steve Pearlman, senior VP of drama development.
With a fresh line of capital and an aggressive outlook heading into 1998, Digital Theater Systems paused Tuesday to make a raft of promotions and appointments on its operations, marketing and finance…
A story Monday on Shalom Harlow incompletely reported her representation. She is repped by David Schiff and Clar Ryu of UTA, and is managed by Heather Reynolds of First Artists Associates.
The Sundance Film Festival will honor Frances McDormand on Jan. 18 with its Piper-Heidsieck Tribute to Independent Vision, it was announced Tuesday.
Craig Kilborn, host of the nightly Comedy Central satire "The Daily Show," was suspended for a week without pay for disparaging comments he made about the show's co-creator and head writer Lizz…
Hardware chain Home Depot is underwriting a new live-action children's show to be distributed in syndication by Gotham-based indie MG/Perin.
Sony Pictures' High Definition Center, bracing for markedly increased activity in 1998 (when digital TV enters public consciousness), has hired Don Miskowich as VP, business development.
The U.S. leveraged buyout firm of Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst has formed a $500 million investment fund with Venezuelan conglomerate Cisneros Group to invest in Latin American, Portuguese and Spanish…
Producers of Paul Simon's "The Capeman" have postponed the musical's Broadway opening by three weeks to give the creative team time to fix some problems. The $11 million musical, previously set to…
Columbia TriStar TV has inked a production and development deal with actress Whoopi Goldberg and her company One Ho Prods.
Showtime Networks Inc. plans in March to launch a 24-hour premium channel exclusively featuring action-adventure films, including several (such as the James Bond film "GoldenEye") making their…