Marci Pool and Nancy McCabe have joined the Wolper Organization as co-vice presidents of development, reporting to company senior vice president Mark Wolper.
The Screen Actors Guild has just strengthened its grip on productions shooting in Canada, having now authorized the largest actors union there to enforce SAG contracts with signatory companies…
David V. Picker -- whose career as an independent producer and studio executive spans three decades -- has entered into an exclusive three-year production deal with Paramount Pictures, marking a…
Television New Zealand and its production subsid South Pacific Pictures have appointed London-based Hit Entertainment as their exclusive international program distributor.
CBS' first-year comedy "Hearts Afire" will take a spring recess after April 5 as the network shifts another frosh sitcom, "Bob," into its Monday slot and schedules the new Shelley Long vehicle, "Good…
George Sunga has been named chairman of the show committee for the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences 45th annual creative arts awards presentations, the non-televised portion of the Primetime…
"Face Value," playwright David Henry Hwang's critically burned farce, became Broadway's first pre-opening flop of the season Sunday, sending $ 2 million down the drain.
The Seven Network has had to cancel its new high-rated comedy series "The Norman Gunston Show" because its principal actor, Garry McDonald, has had a nervous breakdown.
Mike Clancy has been boosted to exec producer of the weekend editions of NBC's "Today," where he has been a co-producer since Aug. 1.
The National Assn. of Broadcasters is gearing for a surge in the number of attendees and exhibitors at this year's convention in Las Vegas, but program syndicator interest is apparently on the wane.