France's public television broadcasters are looking to the new socialist government to ease the pressure on network finances.
Former Esquire editor-in-chief and TV scripter Terry McDonnell has been named editor of Wenner Media's Men's Journal.
The struggling screenwriter, in the throes of a block, heaves up from the computer, makes herself a pot of coffee, checks the mail, schmoozes a friend on the phone, and finally plotzes back down at…
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Insurer Entertainment Coalition has hired John Surabian Jr. as senior VP of claims, the company has announced.
John Kricfalusi, the quirky animator who created the warped Nickelodeon cartoon series "The Ren & Stimpy Show" but whose idiosyncratic ways wound up leading to his ouster, has again found work in TV…
Fine Line Features, the specialized film unit of New Line Cinema, has hired freelance publicist Nina Baron as director of East Coast publicity. Baron will work out of Fine Line's New York…
Three key Variety experts will be part of the expo panels this year: senior columnist Army Archerd moderates a discussion of "Entertainment News Television," Rex Weiner leads the "To Market, to…
Lara Flynn Boyle has been cast as a regular in the David E. Kelley-produced drama "The Practice," which stars Dylan McDermott, sources said.
Claiming her religious beliefs and marriage vows prevent her from playing romantic scenes, an actress has sued the producers of "Good News," a new United Paramount Network series, for allegedly…
Walt Disney Studios chairman Joe Roth will chair the seventh annual Independent Feature Project Gotham Awards, which will be hosted by Jon Stewart.
Following the handover to China, Hong Kong may get its own branch of the China TV Program Agency, which controls mainland television programming, an agency boss told Daily Variety.