Bill Mumy, perhaps best known for his role on "Lost in Space," will host "Inside Space," an original magazine program for the Sci-Fi Channel.
George Sunga has been named chairman of the show committee for the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences 45th annual creative arts awards presentations, the non-televised portion of the Primetime…
Marci Pool and Nancy McCabe have joined the Wolper Organization as co-vice presidents of development, reporting to company senior vice president Mark Wolper.
With the mandate for a pedal-to-the-floor push in film production, Showtime Entertainment Group said yesterday it is stepping up its pursuit of production coin via foreign partnerships.
All-news outlet KFWB-AM has farmed out two of its three sports anchors to an outside company that provides traffic, weather and sports reports to radio stations around the country.
NBC reportedly is mulling a Friday mystery movie wheel as an option for next fall's schedule, with "Perry Mason" telefilms and a possible revival of the early '80s series "Hart to Hart" among the…
The Hearst Corp. yesterday unveiled plans to form a New Media and Technology Group and said it has nabbed former Federal Communications Commission chairman Al Sikes to direct the venture.
Television New Zealand and its production subsid South Pacific Pictures have appointed London-based Hit Entertainment as their exclusive international program distributor.
Ownership of the Lifetime cable network is almost certain to change before year's end in the face of buyout negotiations among its three corporate parents: Viacom, Capital Cities/ABC and Hearst.
The Writers Guild of America, West will give its 1993 Paul Selvin Award to writer Cynthia Whitcomb. Whitcomb is receiving the awardfor "Guilty Until Proven Innocent," an NBC telefilm that told the…
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