NBC has confirmed the appointment of Lindy DeKoven as senior VP, miniseries and movies for TV, a move expected since the forced exit last week of Ruth Slawson (Daily Variety, March 11).
The Actors' Fund of America will sponsor a new support group for family and caregivers of people within the entertainment industry with HIV/AIDS.
Legislation that would extend indefinitely a satellite program carrier's ability to deliver to backyard dish owners the signal of superstations such as WTBS-TV drew mostly praise at a House copyright…
The Hollywood Radio and Television Society will give the industry a look at its future Tuesday with an exhibition of new broadcast technologies built around its monthly newsmaker luncheon.
Affecting, skillfully crafted, fact-based drama about a mother who is falsely arrested and convicted of poisoning her infant features a solid script and good performances.
Some 63 cable systems from Santa Barbara to San Diego will broadcast the Southern California fundraiser "Cable AIDS Auction Block," a 12-hour broadcast of live and pre-taped segments, on April 4.
The ever-plotting, parent-manipulating Parker Lewis returns as late season filler in what has to be a difficult timeslot for Fox, but this topsy-turvy, sometimes surrealistic sitcom gets an "A" for…
John Ratzenberger joins the list of "Cheers" regulars spinning off into their own series for next season -- though in this case he'll belly up to the bar at Fox Broadcasting Co., not NBC.
Narrator: Corey Burton.
Glenn Close joins the list of presenters at the 65th annual Academy Awards show.
Rysher Entertainment has cleared "And the Winner Is," its 1993 Academy Awards one-hour preview spec, in 80 markets covering 85% of the country.