CBS could announce as early as today that it has set the Ed Sullivan Theatre as the home of the David Letterman program when the comedian/host moves to the network later this year.
Steven Spielberg's "The Family Dog" may nearly be housebroken. CBS Entertainment president Jeff Sagansky said the long-anticipated animated program will pinch-hit during the spring as a series of…
EDDIE MURPHY realizes the world isn't holding its breath waiting for his new Motown album. And that's just the way he wants it.
Russell T. Lewis has been appointed president and general manager of the New York Times, publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. announced yesterday.
Paramount's "Hard Copy" is expanding to six nights of original episodes in New York on WCBS-TV starting Saturday at 7:30 p.m. as a precursor to the distrib taking the weekend edition of the tabloid…
Veteran directors Gene Reynolds and John Rich have been chosen to receive the Directors Guild of America's Robert B. Aldrich award, the guild's highest honor.
Los Angeles-based First Look Pictures and Japan's Oz Company will co-produce four films over the next two years.
Sources say an agreement may be near as talks continue between the Directors Guild of America and the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers for a new film and TV contract.
President Bill Clinton's economic plan contains bad news for Hollywood and broadcasters: the new investment tax credit proposal will not apply to motion pictures, while broadcasters are facing the…
Dan Halsted has been elevated to senior VP of production for Hollywood Pictures, where he will continue to oversee movie projects in development and production.
Charlotte Kandel's promotion to senior veepee of worldwide publicity at Warner Bros. is indicative of the studio's deepening conviction that the usual split between domestic and international…