Warner Bros. TV is preparing for the departure of chief drama developer Nina Tassler, who sources say is in talks for a job at CBS Prods.
Robert Morton, executive producer of ABC's new sitcom "Over the Top," canceled his appearance at ABC's portion of the Television Critics Assn. press tour Tuesday because he felt he would take…
NBC has won another week of primetime Nielsens, its ninth in a row, as a lackluster ratings summer gets only more so this week with a big second-episode decline for Fox's "Roar."
Sony Pictures Entertainment and John Travolta have reached an out-of-court settlement in the lawsuit con-cerning "The Double."
Livent's $4.25 million revival of "Candide" is the latest casualty of Broadway's annual summer slim-down. The musical, directed by Harold Prince and starring Jim Dale and Andrea Martin, will close…
Former production exec Jon Cornick has joined Gallin/Morey Associates as a manager in the motion pic-ture and TV divisions.
Kim Harbin has been named vice president of publicity for Buena Vista Television, succeeding Laurel Whitcomb, who has segued to a newly created veepee PR post within Walt Disney TV Animation.
Carmike Cinemas Inc.'s screen-expansion program helped the exhibitor lift net profit 21.3% to $5.9 million, but Carmike execs said the earnings growth would have been much greater if film product had…
Dove Entertainment has announced that Ron Lightstone has been named president and CEO in charge of all divisions of the film-TV production-distribution company and book publisher. The move was…
The Senate Appropriations committee gave its blessing Tuesday to a $100 million budget in 1998 for the National Endowment for the Arts, taking the agency one step closer to fiscal security for at…
The last license for digital terrestrial television in the U.K. has been awarded to S4C Digital Networks Ltd. (SDN), a company set up by the Welsh TV channel, S4C.