The Reed Midem Organization has named CLT president Gaston Thorn its Mipcom Man of the Year.
Warner Bros. has completed the process of combining network production units Lorimar and Warner Bros. TV, resulting in the departure of about two dozen of the latter's estimated 100 employees.
ABC affiliates will get a second look this week at the controversial drama series "NYPD Blue," with the second episode and revised pilot (minus 15 seconds in a sex scene) being fed to stations…
Michael Levy ankled his prexy post at Warner Bros.-based Silver Pictures on Monday, sources said. The resignation was described by insiders as quite abrupt.
A 14-member committee has been put together to serve on the newly created Los Angeles County Motion Picture & Teleproduction task force.
At a packed news conference Wednesday, Michael Jackson's attorney played a tape-recorded conversation that, he asserted, details the alleged extortion attempt aimed at the singer.
Two cable industry groups Wednesday urged the FCC to exempt all small cable systems with fewer than 1,000 subscribers from new rate regulation rules, and not just independently owned "mom and pop"…
The legal battle between singer Don Henley and Geffen Records heated up this week when the former Eagles drummer charged in court papers that mogul David Geffen conspired with other record labels…
Doug Davidson, aka detective Paul Williams on CBS' "The Young and the Restless" since 1978, has won the hosting job on the syndicated version of "The Price Is Right."
A former Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer/Pathe executive is seeking a federal court declaration that would allow him to return to the U.S. as a businessman/visitor despite a 1992 deportation.