Concerns about the poor representation of indigenous languages and content in South African productions will be addressed at the European Union/South African film symposium to be held in Johannesburg…
The WB has played a little hocus-pocus with its schedule, adding a second run of "Sabrina, the Teenage Witch" to Friday nights and moving frosh comedy "Grosse Pointe" to Sundays.
Producer Gideon Amir has been appointed senior vice president in charge of production at Hearst Entertainment Prods.
If CBS hopes to lose their image as an elder-skewing net, then the Eye is stuck in reverse in the demo derby. "The Last Dance," a warmhearted tale of a Latin teacher who grows old and reconnects with…
Judi Stack, operations director of Kerry Stokes' Seven Network, has been elected chair of the Federation of Australian TV Stations, replacing CanWest-backed Network Ten chief executive John McAlpine.
The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists has promoted veteran execs Paul Worthman and David Besbris to head their broadcasting and TV departments, respectively.
CBS has agreed to pay $8 million to settle two sexual discrimination lawsuits brought on behalf of some 200 female employees at six affiliated TV stations.
France's TV watchdog body, the Conseil superieur de l'audiovisuel (CSA), has come out against a French law that limits to 49% the share an operator can have in a TV station, after it changes over to…
DIC Entertainment, the kids animation producer expected soon to finalize an exit from parent Walt Disney Co., has named Melissa Bomes exec VP worldwide consumer products in what the Burbank-based…
Texas Gov. George W. Bush's appearance on "The Late Show With David Letterman" boosted the CBS show to its best household, viewer and demo delivery since the night of the "Survivor" finale.
Robb Smith has been promoted to VP of sales operations for Universal Intl. Television, the foreign TV sales arm of the Hollywood major. In the newly created post, Smith will support UIT's worldwide…