National Cable Television Assn.'s Torie Clarke is ankling the trade organization to become president of Bozell/Eskew -- a corporate public relations firm in Washington, D.C.
CBS is shuffling top management at its owned stations in Philadelphia, Baltimore and Detroit.
The formal process of sealing Rupert Murdoch's Star TV property under court order began Wednesday in India as part of the satcaster's obscenity case.
Carol Leifer, creator and star of last season's WB comedy "Alright Already," has inked a non-exclusive deal to develop two new TV scripts for the Greenblatt-Janollari Studio.
On the second day of a lockout by ABC, members of the National Assn. of Broadcast Employees & Technicians filed a complaint Wednesday with the National Labor Relations Board asking that the net's…
HBO is on a roll with its "World Championship Boxing" specials, racking up a humongous 12.8 Nielsen rating and 24 share in HBO households for the Saturday, Oct. 31 featherweight championship bout…
Allison Brecker, who recently oversaw the production of "One True Thing" for Universal Pictures, has been upped to executive vice-president of production for the studio.
Japan's costly romance with analog high-definition television will come to an end by March 2003 as the country joins the U.S. and Europe in promoting digital HDTV, a Japanese financial daily reported.
FROM MIFED"The Fifth Element" director Luc Besson has teamed with fellow French helmers Mathieu Kassovitz ("Hate") and Jan Kounen ("Dobermann") to form the new L.A.-based production company 1B2K.
Hearst-Argyle Television weighed in Wednesday with a 15% decline in third-quarter earnings after reporting a 5% revenues gain last week.
In a move signaling financial retrenchment, the financially troubled Livent has backed out of plans to restore and refurbish the 500-seat Times Square Theater on 42nd Street. The legit company and…