Brett Russell Crawford, the son of Gordon Crawford, an entertainment industry analyst and money manager, died April 18 in a hiking accident in Taroko Gorge National Park in Taiwan.
The inaugural Intl. Music Market (IMM) will be held in Singapore June 21-23, giving the Western music industry its first access to an Asian-orientated market.
Multimedia Entertainment, seeking to cash in on the Federal Communications Commission's new kids programming guidelines, has formed the Children's Plus Network to sell a library of more than 60…
Edouard Morot-Sir, who as cultural counselor of the French Embassy helped coordinate the display of the Mona Lisa in the United States in 1963, died May 27 of a heart attack.
Interscope Records artist Andre Young, aka Dr. Dre, pleaded no-contest Wednesday to assaulting record producer Damon Thomas and was sentenced by a Van Nuys court to three-years probation and ordered…
The Center for Population Options is accepting entries for its 1993 Nancy Susan Reynolds Awards.
Vince Marino, a disc jockey who helped popularize Dixieland in Central California, died May 29 at 76. His Sunday program "Dixieland's My Beat" was a fixture on KUOP for a quarter-century.
Leslie Rogers has been named director of advertising and promotion for Twentieth TV's domestic division, responsible for co-op advertising. Rogers joins Twentieth from sister division Fox…
Wayne and Rene Johnson Sinclair, a girl, Solange Johnson Sinclair, May 6, Pasadena. Paternal grandmother is actress Madge Sinclair.
Jay Thomas, disc jockey and co-star of CBS' "Hearts Afire," has sued radio station KPWR for breach of contract, alleging he was fired without notice or the chance to correct problems.
Emmy submissions 3,800 The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has received a record number of entries for this year's 45th annual Primetime Emmy Awards, up sharply from the 2,700 submitted last…