Charles Bangert, Lou Gorfain in from Gotham. Steve Allen to Miami.
Leila Winick has been named president of Western Intl. Media's newly created multiethnic group, the company's newest media buying and planning division.
Larry Kasanoff, one of the partners and masterminds behind the Lightstorm Entertainment multi-pic scheme, has ankled the company, throwing into question the future of the global enterprise once…
RHI Entertainment has become the exclusive distributor of new TV movies from the Larry Thompson Organization under a deal covering 10 movies over a five-year period.
Michael P. Schoenbrun, production executive for Gracie Films, died June 5 of pancreatic cancer in Tarzana.
There may be six additional dates for the Simon & Garfunkel reunion concerts at the Paramount Theatre in New York City, according to sources. The duo will perform at least 10 shows together starting…
The Interactive Television Assn. is expanding its offices. ITA, a non-profit trade association, is based in Winston-Salem, N.C., and is opening offices in Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles in June…
Randy and Deborah Adler Meyers, a boy, Robert Matthew, May 15, St. Joseph's Medical Center. Both parents work for E! Entertainment Television; mother is VP of programming and development and father…
Production designer Richard MacDonald died of cancer May 29 at his home in Los Angeles. He was 74. MacDonald, a native of England, trained as a painter in Bristol and later attended the Royal College…
Cable television competition could intensify and expanded programming become available to viewers under expected settlement by seven companies of a multiyear antitrust investigation of the industry.
Pacific Bell, a unit of Pacific Telesis Group, unveiled enhancements to its new advanced broadcast video service on Tuesday.