Dianne Chapelle and Ralph H. Alderman, May 29, Vancouver, British Columbia. Bride's non-pro; groom is VP, general manager of North Shore Studios in Vancouver, B.C.
The Classification & Rating Appeals Board has overturned an NC-17 given by the Classification & Rating Administration, ruling in favor of an R rating for 21st Century Film Corp.'s "Teenage Bonnie and…
Tele-Communications Inc., the nation's largest cable system operator, said Thursday that more than half the television stations on its systems have decided against seeking retransmission fees.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, the American Assn. of Retired Persons and various guilds will co-sponsor a daylong conference Sept. 11 on the problems of aging as they relate to the media…
Nancy Overfield-Delmar has been upped to senior vice president of 20th Century Fox Licensing & Merchandising, and Katie Chin has been named veepee of worldwide promotions, television.
Charlene Pollock has been upped to director of international product coordination for Warner Bros. Intl.
Julius Sprechman, chief financial officer of Kaleidoscope Films, died June 8 of heart failure in Los Angeles. He was 73.
Tommy Tune is returning to the stage after breaking his foot last month during an earthquake.
Prosecutors said Thursday they will not file sexual assault charges against actor Mario Lopez, who appears in the NBC-TV teen comedy "Saved by the Bell," because of a lack of evidence.
Savoy Pictures received a relatively high rating from Moody's Investors Service Inc. for its $ 75 million debt offering.
Attilio D'Onofrio, director general of Italy's state distrib Italnoleggio and of Cinecitta, died May 29 in Paris after a serious illness.