Time Warner will nominate former senator John C. Danforth, 61, for election to its board at the May annual meeting of shareholders, the entertainment giant said Thursday.
Robert Burton Inkelas, a former television art director, died Feb. 8 of heart failure at his home in Santa Monica. He was 69.
Jack S. Sidney, the founder of Video Casting Service, the first non-union casting company in Hollywood, died Feb. 17 of natural causes at Providence St. Joseph's Medical Center. He was 61.
Marjorie Allen Barrett, the mother of publicist Charles Barrett, died Feb. 11 in Los Angeles of natural causes. She was 82.
Longtime character actor Jonathan Hole, whose career spanned from early vaudeville to television of the 1990s, died Feb. 12 of natural causes in North Hollywood. He was 93. Hole, born in Des Moines…
Arthur Seidel, a producer and unit production manager for over 35 years, died Feb. 21 of cancer at Cedar Sinai Medical Center. He was 66.
Marjorie McCarthy Gless, mother of actress Sharon Gless, died Saturdayof natural causes at her home in Carmel. She was 84.
Marcel Pepin, a studio electrician who worked in the electrical department of Warner Bros. studios for 35 years, died March 13 of heart failure at his home in Burbank. He was 65.
Australia's commercial TV webs will be given digital frequencies for free, allowing them to launch digital broadcasting in 2001, according to press reports.
The title may imply gilded profitability, but a nervous key investor almost scuppered the planned April 2 Broadway opening of David Henry Hwang's "Golden Child."
If ratings for Wednesday night are any indication, Peacock newsmag "Dateline" may be headed for a five-night-a-week gig by summer.