Movie projectionists returned to work at Loews Cineplex theaters in Chicago Friday, after signing a three-year contract which brought to an end the company's six-month lockout.
Services for writer-producer Neil Rosen, who died Thursday in Muskegon, Mich., will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Improv, 8162 Melrose Ave., in Los Angeles.
KNBC Los Angeles has promoted six staffers in its news department. Carol Morton has been upped from producer to exec producer of KNBC’s morning and midday newscasts. Steve Garcia has moved to…
Jerry Clower, a comedian who regularly appeared on the Grand Ole Opry, died Aug. 24 of cardiorespiratory arrest after heart surgery at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Jackson, Miss. He was 71. In 1973…
Judith Conway Greening, executive director of the Humanitas Prize for motion picture writers, died of breast cancer Aug. 29 in her Sherman Oaks home. She was 60. Greening is best known for her…
Bowing to the wish of the late Roddy McDowall, who died Oct. 3, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has canceled a memorial gathering in his honor.
Actor-director-writer Alan Alda has signed with International Creative Management, where he will be repped by Toni Howard, Eddy Yablams and Danny Greenberg. Though best known for his role as Captain…
A&E Television Networks will launch a dedicated history channel in Spain teaming with local niche channel operator Multicanal TPS.
Pink slips punch at CBS West Another round of layoffs has hit CBS on the West Coast. Sources say a veteran VP of publicity and several PR department assistants were let go Thursday, while one…
Gene Hackman may soon be making a book connection, since his first novel, "Black Star Rising," an 1800s-set sea adventure he's co-written with underwater archaeologist Dan Lenihan, is in the hands of…
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