Sophie Turner Laing has been appointed head of acquired programs for BBC Television, reporting to Alan Howden, the pubcaster's long-serving controller of program acquisition.
Investor interest in radio stocks is skyrocketing, with one billion-dollar radio stock offering all but completed this week and another expected to be announced shortly.
Scott Kerman won't be going to the party, at least not if Oscar has his way.
Jim Vescera, who recently ankled his post as ABC's senior VP of advertising and promotion, is in talks for a new job with his longtime former employer, NBC, sources said Wednesday.
TV research firm ASI Entertainment is going bicoastal with the opening of a New York office to be headed by veteran researcher Rich Feldman.
The Samuel Goldwyn Co. has acquired North American rights to Bigas Luna's fantasy romance "The Chambermaid and the Titanic" from UGC Intl.
Debora Kaufman has been named vice president of development for Traveler's Rest Prods., the company formed by former Universal TV president Tom Thayer.
Jeremy Kramer has joined Miramax Films as VP of production. Coming to Miramax after stints at Motion Picture Corp. of America and Orion Pictures, Kramer will be based in L.A. – Sylvia Esquivel has…
Cable systems are starting to harvest significant dollars from the two minutes an hour of advertising time most cable networks set aside for the operators.
In keeping with its iconoclastic image, DreamWorks took a decidedly non-traditional approach to its debut ShoWest presentation Tuesday night.
Despite reports that a cable bow is in the works, director Adrian Lyne still hasn't given up on finding a theatrical distributor in the U.S. for "Lolita."
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