Twenty-four peer groups of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences each have elected one branch member to serve two-year terms on the ATAS Board of Governors, with the new and re-elected governors…
In the year following its privatization, Slovakia's Koliba Film Studio has seen the openings of three big Hollywood films produced in part on its large complex.
Nielsen Media Research is adding passive meters next year to homes in five new markets: Greensboro, N.C.; Providence, R.I.; Birmingham, Ala.; Jacksonville, Fla.; and Las Vegas.
CBS News has replaced its top exec responsible for newsgathering, who was blamed for delaying the Eye web's coverage of Princess Diana's fatal car crash over Labor Day weekend.
Attorney Jonathan Moonves is a partner with Del, Shaw, Blye & Moonves. Information was wrong in Tuesday’s story on Sue Costello’s deal with Walt Disney TV. * * * The following information was omitted…
Dutch-based Holland Media Group (HMG) has tapped Dutch Broadcasting Company (NOB) director Pieter Porsius to head its executive board following the departure under duress of former chairman Huib…
Univision plans a live airing of a town hall meeting with President Clinton in Buenos Aires during the President's upcoming trip to Latin America.
Yoram Gross-Village Roadshow, an Aussie-based animation studio, has inked a co-production alliance with EM.TV & Merchandising, a Munich-based distribution and merchandising company, and will partner…
Granite Broadcasting stepped up its station acquisition activity Monday with the purchase of KOFY San Francisco, its second affiliate of the WB netlet, for $174 million.
Director Laurie Knoller will present the feature version of her award-winning short "Hub Cap World" at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Chaplin Theater of Raleigh Studios.
The Supreme Court on Monday refused to block a copyright infringement trial involving KCAL-TV concerning the station's showing of a videotape of truck driver Reginald Denny's beating during the 1992…