Director Eric Laneuville and actors Gina Phillips and Mark-Paul Gosselaar turn in another tale of young Midwesterners fleeing homelife miseries for what they think will be gold in the Golden State…
Tribune Broadcasting's WPIX took a record 40 nominations Thursday for the New York area Emmy Awards, honoring news, sports and other programming.
Scriptwriters Network has announced a May 10 deadline for the seventh annual Carl Sautter Memorial Scriptwriting Competition for Film & Television.
Longtime KIIS radio marketing exec Karen Lamas Tobin has jumped to KNBC-TV as director of marketing communications, a position that will find her overseeing all of the station's media, publicity and…
Turner Original Prods. has signed a deal with Silence Film Prods. for an hour-long docu "CIA" (working title) from executive producer Richard Linklater and producer Sasha Alpert.
History of the Hollywood Walk of Fame following its 1960s bow with 1,539 names makes up an OK Hollywood promo guided by Hollywood's honorary mayor Johnny Grant, who ticks off a few anecdotes and…
Concluding a long search, the Disney Channel has hired Shirley Powell as its new VP of media relations, adding another cog to its restructured executive team under prexy Anne Sweeney.
Village Roadshow Pictures Worldwide is planning to give a limited number of U.S. TV stations the rights to air 13 episodes of its Australian-produced hour drama strip "Pacific Drive" for free this…
NBC's "Law & Order" posted its highest rating in over three years last Thursday as the Dick Wolf drama kicked off a stint in the "ER" timeslot of 10-11 p.m.
The Disney Channel will unveil its new logo at this week's National Cable Television Assn. convention in New Orleans as part of its brand and imaging makeover.
Although UPN comedy "Moesha" has only been on the air for a year, Worldvision Enterprises last week began meeting with station groups about selling off-net rights to the sitcom for the year 2000, the…