Keenen Ivory Wayans, creator of the Fox Broadcasting series "In Living Color, " has entered into a partnership with CBS to form a joint venture that will develop and produce TV programming.
William R. Kowalchuk was named president of CST Entertainment Imaging's new division, CST Computoons Inc., and veepee of the parent company.
In an effort to diversify its product line, Sinclair Prods., a recently formed production wing of sex-education video marketer Sinclair Institute, has hired Susan Sully as VP, worldwide sales. The…
Sam Chisholm, Rupert Murdoch's right-hand man as trouble-shooter of News Corp.'s overseas pay TV empire, is relocating from London to L.A.
ValueVision Intl. Inc. has extended the expiration of its tender offer to acquire all outstanding shares of National Media Corp. to midnight EDT Friday.
King World's "Rolonda" is the first talkshow to land Tonya Harding as a guest. The controversial figure skater will appear on the May 3 episode, which may be aired live. Harding will be paid an…
Zev Braun Pictures, already involved with movie and miniseries adaptations of the Tonya Harding and Menendez cases, has put together an ambitious development slate that also features a major TNT…
Christian Slater, who turned heads in 1988's "Heathers" and currently is on the big screen in Paramount's "Jimmy Hollywood," has signed with Brillstein-Grey. Brad Grey and Brian Swardstrom will…
This year's Tony Awards will include, for the first time, separate prizes for best revival of a musical and a play. The decision was approved Thursday by the Tony administration committee.
Britain's Prince Andrew gave a royal kickoff Thursday to UK/LA 1994, a two-month arts festival throughout the Los Angeles area that will include productions by the Royal National Theater and the…
NBC will try to counter ABC and CBS' miniseries assault with a mix of made-fors and theatricals during the May sweeps, including broadcast premieres of "Cape Fear,""Thelma & Louise" and "Final…