David Starling, a seasoned broadcast pioneer who began his career in Los Angeles, died Feb. 22 of a heart attack in Los Angeles. He was 84. A native of Ohio, Starling graduated from UCLA and served…
Susan F. Walker, a producer, director-writer and editor of various TV series, died Feb. 14 in Los Angeles of respiratory failure following a lengthy illness. She was 50. During her 30-year career…
Bill Daniels, a cable television pioneer who blazed the way with Daniels Communications, died Tuesday at Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage following a lengthy illness. He was 79. Daniels…
Stacy Lifton has been upped to senior veep of business and legal affairs at Fox Family Worldwide.
To celebrate next month's rollout of the novel "Blonde," Joyce Carol Oates' fictional spin on Marilyn Monroe, the American Cinematheque is unspooling a weeklong series of Monroe films.
John Travolta is circling MGM's "Quiller Solitaire," the feature adaptation of an installment in Adam Hall's series of novels about a British agent.
Tommy Lee Jones is on board as an Oscar presenter. In 1993, Jones snagged the supporting acting statuette for “The Fugitive.” The 72nd Oscar kudocast, produced by Richard and Lili Fini Zanuck with…
The Germans are coming to town, as four companies opened U.S. offices here in February alone.
KRLA radio host and Los Angeles publicist Michael Levine has inked a nationwide syndie deal with Talk America for his weekly program "The Spiritual Seeker."
A memorial service will be held today for Leonard Goldenson, the founder and former chairman of ABC, who died Dec. 27.
The Museum of Television & Radio has added four vice chairs to its board, including CBS Corp. prexy and CEO Mel Karmazin.