Michael L. Campbell, prexy and CEO of Regal Cinemas, will receive the 1999 Robert W. Selig ShoWester Award on March 9 at Bally's hotel and casino in Las Vegas.
The board of directors of the Intl. Council of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has elected nine new directors and 16 new associates.
The pieces are falling into place as the domestic structure of Universal Music Group in the post-Polygram merger era becomes clearer, with a core of label groups being proposed to help integrate the…
Sue Binford, Turner Broadcasting Systems' longtime public relations chief, will leave her Atlanta post and move to Washington, D.C., where she will head PR for Turner's CNN division.
Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, Rosemary Clooney and Marilu Henner have been tapped to provide the entertainment for the Neil Bogart Memorial Fund's annual dinner gala set for Saturday.
The technicians' union locked out of ABC in a labor dispute has formally asked Hollywood figures to boycott ABC interview shows on radio and television.
Languishing in development hell, Nederlander Prods.' new tuner, "Easter Parade," seems even less likely to bow on schedule -- or at all -- now that lead hoofer Tommy Tune has inked to replace David…
Former Walt Disney Studios realty exec George H. Garfield Jr. has been tapped to serve as senior veep of global real estate and facilities for Universal Studios.
TV Tokyo is stepping up global marketing of "Pocket Monster," a popular Nintendo videogame-turned-animated TV series, following its introduction in the U.S. in September.
Wolfgang Petersen has committed to direct the Warner Bros. adaptation of the Sebastian Junger bestseller "The Perfect Storm" as his next feature.
A presidentially appointed panel is poised to recommend that cable companies be forced to carry broadcasters' new digital channels, but is still debating what benefits the public will receive in…