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.
A venerable Los Angeles institution has joined the '90s, as Chasen's this week kicked off a Monday nightclub series designed to update its client list.
Michael J. Fox is currently reviewing his representation, his attorney confirmed late Tuesday.
'Day One' 9.7/17 ABC got good news from the prime time magazine's first airing in its intended fall 8 p.m. Monday timeslot, equaling ABC's best share in that hour in nine weeks. Numbers also topped…
During the month of May, nearly 60,000 videocassettes, allegedly copied illegally, were seized by federal, state and local authorities who were assisted by reps of the Motion Picture Assn. of America…
The Video Software Dealers Assn. has tapped its annual Retailer of the Year nominees. Winners will be honored at the Homer Awards banquet July 14 in Las Vegas, closing night of the org's convention.
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…
W. McNeil Lowry, who won a special Tony Award in 1963 for his support of the American theater, died June 6 of cancer at his Manhattan home.