Warner Bros. Television has promoted two veteran execs from its administrative ranks.
After months of speculation, "Access Hollywood" now is officially in the market for a new male co-anchor.
Brit legit director Peter Brook has won the Japan Art Assn.'s 1997 Praemium Imperiale Award for theater. The award, among five being announced today in Rome, carries a $150,000 prize.
Time Warner Cable and the city of New York may be headed for a major dust-up over the city's claim on three of the 12 channels that TW will add to its cable system in Manhattan this fall.
It's summertime, and the selling is easy --- for distributors of syndie talkshows hosted by Maury Povich and Roseanne.
Gail Berman ankled her Sandollar TV presidency, choosing to move into an advisory capacity. A Tuesday story indicated otherwise.
Canadian filmmaker Atom Egoyan's "The Sweet Hereafter" will open the 22nd annual Toronto Intl. Film Festival, which runs Sept. 4-13.
Mainstream audiences have yet to decide whether it's good or bad, but starting in the fall DVD will be at least nationwide.
The Walt Disney Co. launched a South African subsidiary Tuesday to consolidate its retail business here and explore avenues into the rest of Africa.
Jim Henson Pictures has optioned the Susan Cooper sci-fi novel "The Dark is Rising," which will be produced by Duncan Kenworthy, the company announced Tuesday. Execs expect the pic's budget to be in…