Nobel Prize-winning author Sir William Golding, whose novel "Lord of the Flies" won acclaim for its chilling story of the descent of marooned schoolboys into barbarism, died June 19. He was 81.
Several recent strategic moves by Paramount suggest the entertainment giant wants to replicate the success of Fox and go after the Big Three, creating a fifth network.
Fans of fairy tale courtships andstar-crossed lovers need wait no more. ABC Video has joined forces with ABC Daytime Television to present a new series of homevideos, "ABC Daytime Video."
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Paul Wachter has joined new York securities firm Wertheim Schroder & Co. as managing director of West Coast investing banking. Wachter will be heading up Wertheim's lodging and gaming group.
Writer Mort Goode died June 10 at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City after a bout with lung cancer.
Twentieth Century Fox president and chief operating officer Strauss Zelnick announced Monday that he would be assuming command of a Silicon Valley multimedia software company, Crystal Dynamics.
Warner Home Video will release the Wesley Snipes-Dennis Hopper starrer "Boiling Point" Aug. 25. Thriller was directed by James B. Harris, who adapted the novel Gerald Petievich's novel "Money Men."
Warner Bros. chairman/CEO Robert A. Daly has approved Warner Home Video's unprecedented move of "profit sharing" some of the sell-through revenues on "Predators of the Wild" with the World Wildlife…
The film advisory panel of the Princess Grace Foundation-USA voted on its 1993 student film winners Monday after deliberating in Manhattan. Recipients of the grants will be announced at the Nov. 4…
Jerry Goldman has been upped to senior VP of finance and longform production for ParamountNetwork TV.
TV producer Bill Bracken has been named executive in charge of production for Fox Broadcasting Co.'s upcoming late-night series, "The Chevy Chase Show."