Lee Roy Abernathy, a gospel musician who once ran for governor of Georgia, died Tuesday.
Pat Benatar, the chanteuse who's straddled a blues and rock career that boasts 10 records (six platinum, four gold), returns to rock 'n' roll with the release today of "Gravity's Rainbow" via…
Dolores Zuniga, dancer, actress and costumer, died May 8 of natural causes at her home in Hollywood.
Kristy Salata and William Bremer, May 1, L.A. Bride's an account exec for the Lippin Group; groom's a freelance writer.
Only time will tell whether fans, players and even Congress approve of ABC and NBC's joint deal with Major League Baseball, but the terms reflect a clear boon to the networks. They offer virtually no…
Loren R. Darr, VP legal affairs for Dick Clark Prods., died May 12 in Sherman Oaks after a brief illness.
PBSwill air Armistead Maupin's "Tales of the City" as a six-hour miniseries next spring, to be produced as a Propaganda Films/Working Title production and presented by American Playhouse and…
Savage Records layoffs 18 The Bertelsmann Music Group-distributed label that's home to David Bowie and four other acts closed its doors Friday, less than two months after its biggest album release…
Former Fox president Leonard Goldberg is returning home, moving his indie film and TV production company back to the studio with a new exclusive first-look deal.
Matthews Studio Equipment Group and its rental subsid, Hollywood Rental Co., have acquired Keylite Holdings Inc. and affils Keylite Production Services Inc., Reel Wheels Inc. and Keylite PSI Phoenix…
Arguments that suicide messages on an album by the rock group Judas Priest caused two Nevada men to shoot themselves were rejected Friday by the Nevada state Supreme Court.