In a move that had been expected (Daily Variety, Jan. 5), KNBC-TV yesterday confirmed that Mark Hoffman will become VP of news for the station on March 1.
Australia's own version of the U.S. Lollapalooza concert roadshow, The Big Day Out, begins rolling across the country from Jan. 24. Headlining Sonic Youth, Iggy Pop, Helmet and more than a dozen…
Kermit the Frog, Emmylou Harris and saxophonist Clarence Clemmons are just three of the many celebs who will be on hand for the Clinton/Gore inaugural salute to children Jan. 19 at the Kennedy Center.
Anthony Carter Paige, a regular on Black Entertainment Television's "The Sports Report" and the sports editor of Gotham's the City Sun, has been elected president of the Boxing Writers Assn. of…
It was CBS' "Dr. Quinn" vs. ABC's "Amy Fisher," and CBS' pro-football playoffs vs. ABC's college-football national-championship game last week. When the dust settled, the good doctor and pro football…
FOR THOSE WHO MAY have found this space a little grumpy during 1992, we feature a new (and probably short-lived) attitude in the first column of 1993: Enthusiasm.
The Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles will hold its annual auditions for membership on Jan. 15, 16, 17, 20 and 22. All interested singers are encouraged to attend one of the open rehearsals held on…
Showtime has acquired exclusive worldwide rights to "Sexual Healing," an original project written, directed and co-produced by Howard Cushnir.
Backed with some of his own funds and some provided by others, Lifetime president Thomas Burchill has purchased a majority position in the country's third largest television station rep firm Petry.
Although Bettino Craxi has not yet resigned his powerful post as Social party secretary, his fall from grace struck one more blow to the collapsing system of political favors that fuels the Italian…
Cable TV trade body Community Antenna Television Assn. has named Federal Communications Commission veteran Bob Ungar its new veepee and general counsel.