Shirley Knight, a 1997 Tony nominee for "The Young Man From Atlanta," won two Emmys last year. The first came the Saturday night before the telecast for her guest appearance on "NYPD Blue."
Suzanne Malveaux has been named NBC News network correspondent. She will be based in D.C. and will begin her assignment in mid-June.
Network sellers seemed pleased with their take in the annual upfront ad derby, with total sales in primetime estimated at about $6.2 billion, about 8.8% ahead of last year's $5.7 billion.
Miramax Films has renewed its distribution agreement with Alliance Releasing, a subsid of Canada's Alliance Communications Corp. Under the pact, announced Wednesday, Alliance will release 80 Miramax…
The 16-month-old management team at MCA Records has made another mark on the growing label by restructuring several key departments. The move, which had been planned for several months, will…
Jack Klugman, nominated four times for "Quincy, M.E." and the winner of two Emmys for "The Odd Couple," is proudest of his first statuette for "The Black List," an episode of "The Defenders."
Timo Lahtinen, chief buyer for Danish entertainment and film giant Nordisk Film, has announced he will step down from the company as of early next year.
Kristine Belson, senior VP of production at Columbia Pictures, will move to Jim Henson Pictures in the No. 2 slot behind prexy of production Stephanie Allain, the company announced Tuesday.
Canadian Satellite Communications Inc. began distributing Boston's independent television superstation WSBK to cable operators in the United States on Tuesday, taking over from Advanced Entertainment…
Karlovy Vary will cap its 32nd edition, which runs July 4-12, with a lifetime contribution award to Czech favorite son Milos Forman at a closing-night screening of "Amadeus."
After nearly a year of negotiations, Beacon Pictures has optioned the rights to Brit mystery doyenne P.D. James' sci-fi novel "The Children of Men" for a mid-six-figure price, the company confirmed…