Saying "common sense has prevailed," Academy of Television Arts & Sciences president Richard Frank confirmed a new deal Tuesday to rotate the Primetime Emmy Awards among the three networks and Fox…
Boyle-Taylor Prods. confirmed Tuesday that Christopher A. Cuddihy has been named vice president. Cuddihy is a relative newcomer to the Hollywood shuffle.
Laura Cook has been upped to senior veepee of legal affairs for 20th Century Fox, and of business and legal affairs for FoxVideo. She moves into that position from being vice president of legal…
In a surprise move by the Board of the Australian Broadcasting Corp., Rory Sutton has been removed as the pubcaster's sports director.
The second-highest-rated Academy Awards telecast in 11 years presented ABC with its strongest primetime Nielsen score since Oscar week 1993 and its widest margin of victory in more than three years.
A&M Films, in association with Propaganda Films, has acquired the rights to Takashi Bufford's drama "Set It Off," a story described as an inner city "Thelma & Louise."
St. Louis Symphony Orchestra director Leonard Slatkin has been tapped to replace Mstislav Rostropovich as the new music director of the National Symphony Orchestra at the Kennedy Center.
An ancient Greek play performed in Russian at an ice rink and a drama acted out by 300 silent characters will be among offerings in the most ambitious, costly Edinburgh Intl. Festival in years.
A Gotham judge has found New Line Cinema in contempt of court for disobeying an order to remove scribe Stephen King's name from packaging and posters for vidcassettes of "The Lawnmower Man."
Showtime Networks Inc. and Orion Pictures agreed Tuesday to settle their longstanding dispute over their 1986 exclusive premium TV output deal. The cabler reportedly will pay Orion an undisclosed sum.
The number of TV station reporters nationwide grew by several hundred last year, but the number of radio journalists fell by a corresponding level.