Randy Levinson has been upped from VP to senior VP, creative affairs, for Universal Television Entertainment, a post that will find him continuing to oversee development of original made-for-cable…
Steven Levitan, executive producer of the NBC sitcom "Just Shoot Me," has signed an exclusive, four-year development deal with 20th Century Fox.
In a series of moves designed to streamline the company's operations, 12-year-old Sandollar Prods. is combining its film and TV divisions, dropping its longtime TV prexy Gail Berman into an advisory…
The Discop '97 TV programming market held here June 26-28 attracted a record 260 buyers from 20 countries and spawned enough deals to reinforce its reputation as the foremost such trade show in the…
CBS Sports inked an unusual seven-year contract extension for the PGA Championship, but the new links pact comes with a substantial price hike.
KADY, the bankrupt UHF TV station headquartered in Oxnard, Calif., has landed a buyout offer of $8 million from Paxson Communications.
Senior producer Daniel Salzman’s first name was omitted from Wednesday’s story about production staff appointments on Columbia TriStar Television Distribution’s new latenight strip “Vibe.” * * *…
Showtime has announced it will premiere its new sci-fi adventure series "Stargate SG-1," starring Richard Dean Anderson, on July 27 in the 8 p.m. slot, kicking off with a two-hour premiere followed…
ABC News has agreed to produce 40 hours of original profiles for A&E's flagship series "Biography" over the next two years.
Charles Kuralt, a veteran of CBS News who covered hard-news stories but was happiest spinning his tales of offbeat Americans in out-of-the-way places, died Friday at age 62.
In his first public statement following the takeover of the territory by China, Secretary for Broadcasting Chau Tak-hay announced that the Hong Kong government will undertake a major study of…