Buzz has it that Warner Bros. TV senior VP of drama development Nina Tassler has had talks with CBS about a high-level creative position at CBS Prods.
Jacques-Yves Cousteau, the beloved French undersea filmmaker and explorer whose name became synonymous with both ocean discovery and environmental protection, died of a heart attack early Wednesday…
Granada Entertainment USA president Scott Siegler has hired Dan Pasternack for the post of vice president, creative affairs. The division was formed just one month ago to bring Granada into the U.S…
Prompted by favorable federal court rulings, Las Vegas is launching a $27.3 million marketing campaign featuring the first TV commercials depicting casino gambling for non-Nevada audiences.
Castle Rock Entertainment has signed writer-producer Richard Rosenstock to an exclusive, three-year deal to produce and develop TV series.
The King World/Roseanne sales express has blown through San Francisco, with the fall 1998 talkshow entry landing at CBS O&O KPIX.
TV personality Leeza Gibbons has filed an $8 million lawsuit against her former attorney for allegedly giving her advice that led to her being banned from doing infomercials.
Hal Fishman, the veteran KTLA "News at Ten" anchorman whose clashes with news director David Goldberg earlier this year reportedly drove him to consider leaving the station, has instead reupped and…
Cable giant Tele-Communications Inc. will announce the latest set of cable system sales tomorrow, demonstrating how aggressively the company is moving to make manageable its far-flung collection of…
For his first nomination David Hyde Pierce, who plays the quirky Dr. Niles Crane on "Frasier," had his whole family present for the awards. "When the limo came, I was still in my sweatpants," Pierce…
Top execs of Italo major broadcasters RAI and Mediaset, state-owned telco Stet and French pay TV giant Canal Plus will meet in Rome today to close an agreement for a single digital platform, industry…