Terry Lawler has joined New York Women in Film & Television as executive director. Prior to joining the organization, Lawler served as director of development and production at Women Make Movies, a…
The stereotypical catch phrase "No sex please, we're British" may have to be amended. How about "No sex please, unless Smokey's on the CD player"?
Americast, the $100-million-a-year television venture set in motion early in 1996 by Disney and four phone companies, has eliminated its programming and marketing departments.
Imagine Television, the newly formed TV arm of Imagine Entertainment, has tapped Skip Chasey senior VP of business affairs.
The Discovery Channel ventured into the world of home shopping Thursday, when it sealed a pact with Sydney-based TVSN (TV Shopping Network) for the pan-Asian shopping net to produce the half-hour…
Spelling Films has made a deal with Mike Newell and his Dogstar Prods. to develop a remake of "The Grass Is Greener," the 1960 comedy about a penniless English earl whose wife has an affair with a…
NBC anchor Brian Williams has extended his contract for two more years, to 2002, in a deal announced Friday, a day after the network reupped "Nightly News" anchor Tom Brokaw.
The long overdue shakeout among Oz's five loss-making feevee carriers finally happened Friday, when an agreement to merge Rupert Murdoch's Foxtel cabler and embattled satcaster Australis Media's…
Showtime's the Movie Channel has agreed to buy six more movies based on romance novels published by Harlequin Enterprises from producer Alliance Communications.
The line may soon be blurring between rock stars and techno dweebs. Jill Cunniff, the lead singer for the rock band Luscious Jackson --- whose hit single "Naked Eye" is currently high on the charts…