Former KTLA senior VP and G.M. Steve Bell is ankling his post as prexy at TCI's Encore Entertainment Group's 11 cable channels to head the West Coast branch of the Museum of Television & Radio as its…
Singer-dancer Katharine Kramer has been added to the list of performers at Loving Lucy '97, the second annual convention of Lucille Ball fans being held July 11-13 at the Burbank Airport Hilton.
The wait just got little shorter for moviegoers anxious to get a peek at Barry Sonnenfeld's sci-fi comedy "Men in Black," which many expect to be the summer blockbuster.
In its second year, the Geffen Playhouse announced Monday that it will bring Frank Langella, Debbie Allen, the avant garde legit troupe Mabou Mines and two West Coast preems to Westwood auds.
Once again, entertainment dish and tabmag flash proved no match for reruns of "Seinfeld," "Home Improvement" and "The Simpsons" in a May sweep.
Look for more celebrities to stop by the "Ricki Lake" set next season. Columbia TriStar Television Distribution has tapped VH1 exec Perry Turcotte as a producer on the show, a hiring that reflects…
"Seinfeld," the most popular sitcom in America, has just died on German television. Teutonic viewers preferred vintage episodes of "Hogan's Heroes" instead.
A "Hong Kong 1997" baseball cap courtesy of Northwest Airlines. A tote bag from DHL. Kodak film. A commemorative watch from the Hong Kong government.
Harvey Entertainment Co. said Friday it won $700,000 in damages in a suit against a former director, Jeffrey Franklin, and his company ATI Equities.
Five years after two of France's most respected indie producers, MK2 and Lazennec, teamed up to create a joint distribution company MKL, the pair are splitting up.
Scripps Howard Prods. has acquired rights to Tami Hoag's novel "A Thin Dark Line," which is now being developed as a two-hour telefilm at ABC.