CBS found its own bit of heaven in numbers for the Grammy Awards Wednesday, which jumped 23% over last year's telecast to score the show's best rating since 1988.
NBC O&O WRC-TV here has formed an innovative news gathering partnership with WTOP-AM, D.C.'s only 24-hour news radio station.
Canadian broadcaster CTV and Adderly Prods. yesterday confirmed they had been advised that their talkshow "Shirley" won't join ABC's daytime program lineup in April, as reported (Daily Variety, Feb…
Directors Guild of America president Arthur Hiller will receive an Honorary Life Membership in the DGA at the guild's 45th Awards banquet March 6 at the Beverly Hilton.
House copyright subcommittee chairman William Hughes (D-N.J.) yesterday offered legislation ensuring continued delivery of TV programming to backyard dish owners.
Jamie Geller Hawtof, most recently a VP at Clein + White Public Relations, will be joining TriStar Pictures as VP, publicity, effective in mid-March.
APART FROM SOME of the big star autobiographies, such as Katharine Hepburn's "Me," and deep-dish gossip tomes like Maria Riva's tell-all about her mother, Marlene Dietrich, it's not at all clear who…
Writers Guild of America, East and Independent Feature Project team up April 2-3 for a conference on feature-film script development at Fashion Institute of Technology's Fred Pomerantz Art & Design…
AIP Studios has been renamed West Side Studios in a move signaling the company's intent to produce more mainstream movies following what David Winters, its chairman of the board, termed "a major…
IBM Corp. is taking a high-risk stake in Hollywood, backing a new special effects and digital production company headed by Jim Cameron.
October Films confirmed yesterday that it has acquired all North American distribution rights to "Ruby in Paradise," which shared the Grand Jury Prize with "Public Access" at last month's Sundance…