Miramax has promoted Elliot Slutzky to exec veep of theatrical distribution.
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The resignation of Tom Rogers as president of NBC Cable last month has ignited an executive reshuffling that awards new responsibilities to three top NBC executives: Marty Yudkovitz, Dave Zaslav and Bill Bolster.
Scottish Media Group, British Sky Broadcasting and France’s NRJ have emerged as the leading candidates to buy a stake in Ginger Media Group, the media empire of British DJ and TV presenter Chris Evans.
Lou Dobbs, who generated big headlines four months ago when he exited as anchor of CNN’s most lucrative series, “Moneyline,” has signed with NBC for a syndicated radio show and a monthly financial newsletter.
Getting a foothold in Eastern Europe and Scandinavia, German kidvid company EM.TV & Merchandising is set to take a 50% stake in Plus Licens, the largest licensing company active in the Scandinavian and Eastern European territories.
Jerry O’Connell is in final negotiations to topline Destination Films’ impending-nuptial comedy, “Buying the Cow.”
TV DUO GO BIGSCREEN: With Jenna Elfman poised to reprise the role she performed in the play, “Visions and Lovers” has been set as the first feature for the Greenblatt Janollari Studio. Milton Katselas, who wrote the legiter and directed Elfman in its L.A. run, is writing the script and will direct the pic. Former… Read more »
Reed Midem has canceled its Midem Americas for 2000, after holding just three international music conference and tradeshows here.
Teaming for a third time, CNN and the U.K.’s Jeremy Isaacs will produce a multipart docu series concerning what life will be like in 2020.
In a busy frame overseas over the weekend, “Runaway Bride” wowed German audiences, “Eyes Wide Shut” excited the Italos, “Deep Blue Sea” scared lots of Aussies and Mexicans, and “The Haunting” thrilled folks in Spain, but wasn’t as potent in Japan.