Harfield Weedin, vet radio and television director, producer and writer, died June 8 of undisclosed causes at his home in Boise, Idaho. He was 77.
Ted Hulse, a 40-year industry veteran who ran Triumph Releasing Corp.'s Columbia TriStar Films of Canada branch for 11 years, has retired, the company announced Wednesday.
Kerry Packer will make a joint bid for the Sydney Casino License with U.S. casino operator Circus Circus.
Infinity Broadcasting Corp. will buy oldies station KRTH-FM for$ 110 million from Beasley Broadcast Group, the companies announced Wednesday.
Herminia Silva, a popular fado singer and actress, died June 13.
Meredith Corp. will sell a Fresno NBC affiliate and a Syracuse, N.Y., CBS affiliate to Granite Broadcasting Corp.
June Smaney, 71, veteran actress, died June 4 of an apparent suicide.
John and Linda Callas, a boy, Stephan Alexander, May 25, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
Sen. Paul Simon (D-Ill.) will be the luncheon speaker at the National Council for Families & Television's daylong, consciousness-raising leadership conference on violence in television programming…
Anthony A. Mueller Sr., a member of the World War II Flying Tigers and co-author of the book "God Is My Co-Pilot," died June 6 of pancreatic cancer.
Superior Court Judge Dzintra Janavs affirmed Tuesday that "Problem Child" star Michael Oliver has to return $ 170,000 to Universal Pictures.