Lawrence Hariton has been named chief financial officer for Universal Studios Home Video.
The Caucus for Producers, Writers & Directors has announced the nominees for its 17th annual Honors Awards.
Jerry Weiss, Emmy-winning technical director who worked on some of the first color TV programs, died July 20 in Los Angeles of cancer. He was 73. His death was only recently reported. Weiss started…
Tony and Emmy-nominated actress Bethel Leslie, who also essayed feature-film roles and was a chief TV scribe, died Sunday after a brief illness in New York. She was 70. Leslie was discovered by…
Robert F. Shugrue, Emmy-winning film editor who worked on TV movies, miniseries and feature films, died Saturday of heart failure in Los Angeles. He was 62. Shugrue started out as a staff apprentice…
The Hollywood Women's Press Club will honor Kirk Douglas with a lifetime achievement award at their 59th Annual Golden Apple Awards luncheon.
The Anti-Defamation League will present a lecture tonight entitled "The Power of the Written Word" featuring moderator Meryl Marshall, chairman of the board, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences…
Christopher Laabs, former dancer and assistant director in the script clearances department at Sony Pictures, died Oct. 31 at Midway Hospital Medical Center in Los Angeles from complications of…
Daniel Henning went blank after being exposed to the Los Angeles theater scene a decade ago. And the result has been critical acclaim and a unique opportunity for aspiring playwrights.
Mary Kay Bergman, a versatile voiceover artist who uttered the lines of animated characters in “Beauty and the Beast,” “Hercules” and “South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut,” died Nov. 11 at her home…
John Alexander has been upped to senior VP of the American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers.