Jodie Foster, Natasha Richardson, John Malkovich, David Mamet, Jack Lemmon and Nicolas Roeg are among the names highlighting Turner Network Television's plans to produce feature-quality films, part…
Courtroom Television Network announced that "Miller's Law," a weekly consumer call-in program hosted by Harvard law professor Arthur Miller, debuts at 10 p.m. EST today.
ABC News president Roone Arledge has held talks with executives at rival NBC about becoming president of its embattled news division.
Contrary to what producers said in the March 12 story about the "Siege at County Hospital" telefilm for NBC, producer Bob Banner of Bob Banner Associates said "This is a project that will deal with…
ABC president Robert Iger and David Westin, VP and general counsel of Capital Cities/ABC, have been awarded corporate senior VP stripes by the company's board of directors.
BE AFRAID. Be very afraid. Many politicians have been accused in recent years of capitalizing on that brilliant ad slogan from David Cronenberg's "The Fly," practicing what's derisively called in…
Malibu is hosting the Intl. Film & Television Workshops through March 28 and sessions are operating near capacity at the halfway mark, said West Coast program director Lawrence Foldes.
Seven weeks into working two jobs at NBC News, Jeff Zucker has decided the work load was just too much. Yesterday, Zucker gave up the role of executive producer of the "NBC Nightly News With Tom…
South Africa's broadcasters last week slammed planned legislation that will force them to pay royalties to record manufacturers for playing their records.
The husband-abuse vidpic "Men Don't Tell" rallied CBS to a sixth straight prime time Nielsens victory in March 8-14 results, but ABC finished close behind , buoyed by strong results from its shuffled…
Producer Allan B. Schwartz has put a sequel into development at NBC on his upcoming telefilm "Lethal Exposure," starring Ally Sheedy, which is scheduled to air March 28.