Bruce Campbell, 42, chief press officer of the New York Shakespeare Festival, died Friday in New York from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
The play was "Coquette," Douglas Fairbanks Jr. recalled, and Helen Hayes' performance had just dissolved the audience to tears. Afterward, he asked her what she was thinking during those emotional…
USA Network has selected Ahern New York to handle its $ 2 million consumer account for the Sci-Fi Channel, on top of the channel's trade account won this year. The campaign, Welcome to the Edge…
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George R. Wendt, who occasionally appeared briefly on "Cheers" with his son actor George Wendt Jr. -- Norm Peterson in the sitcom -- died June 15 at age 70.
The Oscar that Joan Crawford won for her performance in "Mildred Pierce" fetched $ 68,500 at auction Saturday, becoming only the third Academy Award publicly sold, a spokesman for Christie's said.
Some of the greatest jazz stars shared the spotlight with the nation's best-known amateur saxophonist in a late-night celebration of "America's classical music" on the White House lawn.
National Assn. of Broadcasters prez Eddie Fritts did a bit of fence-mending at the Federal Communications Commission Friday in a bid to smooth damaged relations.
Production information regarding Columbia Pictures/Imagine Films Entertainment's "My Girl 2" was inaccurate or omitted in Short Takes Thursday.
Calling it a violation of the union's constitution, the Intl. Executive Council -- the governing body of the National Assn. of Broadcast Employees & Technicians -- has rejected an attempt to have two…
A dubbers' strike threatens to leave Spanish television fans lost for words. About 1,100 dubbers in Madrid and Barcelona have been on strike since May 24 for a uniform national pay scale.
Taking advantage of prevailing low interest rates, a slew of entertainment companies have been restructuring their balance sheets and flooding the public debt market with new offerings.