Outgoing Universal TV exec Garrett S. Hart is expected to be named president of Paramount Network TV, in the process replacing John S. Pike, a 12-year veteran of the studio.
Federico Fellini's doctors took the movie director off the guarded list on Tuesday, a week after he suffered a paralyzing stroke.
Performing rights group SESAC has established a new Latin music branch, SESAC/Latina, the first computerized monitor specifically geared toward Spanish-language broadcasting in North America.
In a move certain to spark a new round of posturing by participants in the controversy over the sale of used compact discs, the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences is expected to announce…
MCA TV confirmed Tuesday it has greenlighted "Generation X," a weekly one-hour newsmagazine show aimed at young adults, for fall 1994.
YM, a magazine for young women, and Colossal Pictures, a design and production company turning out cable shows, are teaming up to produce "YM/TV," which will present an irreverent look at lifestyle…
Is a Hollywood madam telefilm too hot for the networks to handle right now?Some observers think so, even as reports surfaced that the memoirs of Elizabeth Adams -- known as "the Beverly Hills Madam"…
In one of the most high-profile acquisitions since the company's formation, Capella Intl. has obtained the international distribution rights to Bruce Joel Rubin's "My Life" from Columbia Pictures.
Claude Lelouch's "Tout Ca ... pour ca," Roger Spottiswoode's controversial HBO AIDS pic "And the Band Played On," and Swiss helmer Alain Tanner's "Le Journal de Lady M." will be among the 19 features…
Tony Award-winning actor Jonathan Pryce has joined the cast of Fine Line Features' "Dark Blood," the psychological thriller to be directed by George Sluizer.
Paul Rudnick's comedy "Jeffrey" will open an eight-week run Sept. 29 at the Westwood Playhouse, with Christopher Ashley directing the original New York cast.