Some 80 TV production and distribution companies from 18 countries have so far signed on the bottom line as exhibitors at the Mip Asia Screenings and Conferences, skedded for Nov. 30-Dec. 2, 1994, in…
A videotape editor has lost his job after he started a chain of events that led to an Australian television station broadcasting -- erroneously -- that the Queen Mother had died.
CBS took a step toward sweeps contention over the weekend on the wings of its two-hour "60 Minutes" retrospective and the opening salvo of seven-hour miniseries "Return to Lonesome Dove," according…
Filmmaker John Landis and producer partners Robert K. Weiss and Leslie Belzberg have extended their exclusive relationship with MCA TV, inking a new two-year deal under which they're developing two…
An attorney representing Philip L. DeGuere Jr., the writer/producer who is suing CBS over a pay-or-play deal that went sour, is seeking to disqualify the judge who will preside over the trial.
Network shares soared Monday in response to a court ruling that will allow the webs to own a greater stake in their programming.
Turner Pictures prexy Dennis Miller speaks on “Movies Today: Where Have the Great Female Roles Gone?” at 11:30 a.m. today at the Regent Beverly Wilshire. Information: (310) 277-6200. * * * “The…
Hemdale Communications Inc. has entered into an agreement in principle with international TV distribbery Newberger Entertainment Group for a newly created HCI subsidiary to snap up most Newberger…
TV industry vet John Goldhammer, who has been senior VP of program development at MCA TV for three years, has formed Goldhammer Prods.
Declaring that it is "out of step with the competition," Warner Bros. has altered a number of key elements in its fifth network game plan.