Judy Girard, a 30-year veteran TV executive, has signed on as senior VP of programming and content development for E.W. Scripps' cable networks HGTV (Home & Garden TV), the Food Network and the…
The NBC Peacock still rules the primetime roost in adults 18-49, but in households this rerun season, NBC's lead has evaporated to virtually nothing.
After years of complaints about their lack of privacy, celebrities and others who find themselves targets of what they see as invasive news coverage may soon have the law on their side.
BMG Entertainment has upped Strauss Zelnick to prexy and CEO of the conglom's worldwide operation.
The submissions deadline for the 1998 Austin Film Festival has been extended to Aug. 15. The event, unspooling Oct. 1-8, presents cash and services prizes in three categories: fiction feature, short…
Signaling the important roles that online and the Internet will play in Barry Diller's growing USA Networks, the cabler has tapped Alan Citron to oversee its new interactive division.
Alan Seiffert has been named veepee of business and legal affairs for Fox's Twentieth TV.
Entertainment Coalition prexy Donna Smith assumed the reins of bond company Cinema Completions Intl. Wednesday from industry vet Tekla Morgan.
Model-turned-actress Jamie Pressly ("Poison Ivy III) has landed a lead role in a feature comedy with the working title "Springers," about people involved in a daytime talkshow patterned after TV's…
Tuesday's tentative settlement for the United Auto Workers to end its strike against General Motors Corp. brought hallelujahs from America's advertising and broadcast communities because what's good…
Cable music web VH1 has hired Jim Corboy for the position of senior VP, marketing.
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