Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. has named Michael Corrigan the studio's chief financial officer.
MTV plans to roll out its offbeat new talk/variety strip "Oddville, MTV" on June 16, running the show weeknights at 11 p.m. thereafter and repeating each episode the following evening at 7 p.m.
Daniel Baldwin, of the ubiquitous Baldwin clan, and Sheryl Lee will join James Woods in the John Carpenter-helmed "Vampires" for Largo Entertainment and Storm King Prods., sources said Tuesday.
MGM Worldwide TV has signed the Emmy Award-winning writer-producer Patricia Green as the hands-on executive producer of its firstrun syndicated series "Fame L.A."
Universal Music Group has inked Celtic Heartbeat Records, one of the world's foremost labels for Celtic and traditional Irish music, to a worldwide pact.
Martin Franks, CBS senior vice president, will be spending a lot more time in New York, Eye web sources confirmed Tuesday.
Richard Solomon, the former president of production at Warner Bros.-based Donner/Shuler-Donner Prods., is joining Ed Zwick and Marshal Herskovitz's Bedford Falls Prods., according to sources.
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Viacom Inc. named Taco Bell CEO John Antioco as chief exec officer of its troubled Blockbuster video unit Tuesday, filling the gap left by Bill Fields, who quit the video chain in late April.
The industry is taking a fresh approach to old corn, and a prime example is the primate melodrama "Mighty Joe Young." The Walt Disney Co. next summer will launch a giant-size marketing blitz tied to…