Paramount and Lucasfilm will seek to pull "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles" out of its ratings cliffhanger by trumpeting a special guest for the ABC series' two-hour return: Harrison Ford…
CBS reported a healthy rebound in profits for the fourth quarter and year, aided by better ratings and a lack of one-time write-offs.
Betty Hudson, a 14-year NBC veteran and currently senior VP of corporate communications for the network, is leaving her position to become an executive producer based in New York with a mandate to…
Marvin Kaplan has been reelected to a fourth term as president of the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists, nabbing 55% of the vote, compared to 38.5% for Susan Boyd.
Reed Intl., parent company of Daily Variety, has agreed to a T62.3 million ($ 90 million) pricetag for its 3.66% stake in British satellite broadcaster BSkyB.
NBC News announced last night that it had settled a defamation lawsuit brought by General Motors Corp. over the network's "demonstration" of a fiery pickup truck crash on its "Dateline NBC" program.
Randy Stone has been named VP of talent and casting at Twentieth TV, a newly created position responsible for attracting and signing talent, reporting to production president Peter Roth.
In the upcoming "Crime & Punishment," John Hurt will play an investigator tracking a law student played by Crispin Glover in the 21st Century Film Corp. co-production with Toronto-based Rose & Ruby.
"In Living Color" cast member Kim Wayans issued a statement yesterday acknowledging that Fox has filed an arbitration demand against her accusing her of being "uncooperative."
Richard Lewis has joined DIC Animation City Inc., parent company of DIC Enterprises, as vice president of public relations and promotion.
The National Cable Television Assn. is urging the Federal Communications Commission to nix broadcast industry attempts to become "multichannel providers" during the transition to high-definition TV.