Fashion and Hollywood merged downtown Saturday at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising's salute to last year's film costumes. The 25 displays included Oscar-nominated designs from "The…
"Everybody Loves Raymond" star Patricia Heaton has wasted no time finding a new TV family, inking a seven-figure talent and production deal with ABC/Touchstone.
Chris Brock has been named VP of business affairs for 20th Century Fox. He'd held the title of director for the past two years.
Blueprint Films, the New York-based production shingle headed by partner and former Miramax senior VP Rick Schwartz, is ramping up its development slate.
Veteran "X-Files" helmer Dan Sackheim has signed on to direct Frank Spotnitz's ABC drama pilot "The Night Stalker." Sackheim spent six years on "The X-Files," working with former "X" man Spotnitz as…
"Access Hollywood" and music network Fuse are teaming up to cover this year's Grammys. "Access" and Fuse will co-produce a pair of specials to air on Fuse, with the first slated to bow today.
Richard J. Bressler will leave his slots as Viacom's CFO and senior exec VP as soon as a replacement can be found. Bressler, 46, also once held top posts at Time Warner.
William Morris vet Steve Glick is ankling the tenpercentery after 23 years, signing on as a senior TV agent at ICM. Glick, 46, headed WMA's TV helmers department and had been with the agency his…
Vet producer Drew Levin, whose credits include classic reality skein "That's Incredible," is getting into the comedy business.
For the first time, Nickelodeon has opened its doors to talent holding deals, signing 14-year-old comedian-thesp Lil' JJ and "Spanglish" thesp Shelbie Bruce.
In a deal that leaves network affiliates in the cold, the cable industry may have found a way to avoid much-dreaded governmental intervention in the contentious debate over digital must-carry.