Atlantis Communications Inc. unveiled TV movie pacts with CBS and UPN Tuesday along with news of the appointment of a president and of higher second-quarter profit.
To no one's surprise, the media this week realized the public is as eager for news of Diana, Princess of Wales, in death as in life.
While Columbia TriStar TV president Eric Tannenbaum announced Kim Haswell’s promotion to senior vice president of comedy series development, Haswell reports to exec VP Helene Michaels, contrary to…
A little more than two months after resigning in apparent disgust, Joel Tator returns today to his exec producer post on "The KTLA Morning News" --- a job he first took in June 1992.
An exasperated Elton John, nearing the end of a 108-show tour, looks into the camera of his companion of four years, David Furnish, and laments the idea of another interview. "How does Mrs. Jagger do…
While network news divisions are churning out reams of coverage of the death of Diana, entertainment execs at the Big Four say they are not planning any new telefilms on the turbulent life of the…
Competing against ABC's "Monday Night Football" premiere in most of the country, UPN lost 19% of its Monday viewers in week two of its fall schedule.
Thomas Kirch, son of media mogul Leo Kirch, has been granted the frequency of bankrupt regional channel PulsTV, Berlin media authorities announced Saturday.
The satellite industry on Friday decried a plan submitted to the U.S. Copyright Office that calls for a dramatic increase in fees satellite companies must pay to retransmit broadcast TV programs.
While many Americans were firing up their last summer barbecue over Labor Day, dozens of Hollywoodites descended on Hawaii for the four-day Maui Writers' Conference.
Peter Salmon has been appointed controller of BBC1, the pubcaster's main TV channel. Salmon currently is director of programs for the ITV station Granada TV, but he previously worked for 12 years at…