Curt Behlmer, formerly vice president of Warner Hollywood Studios sound department, was upped to VP of technical operations there.
Hairstylist Ann Wadlington died May 29 of a heart attack while working on the series "In the Heat of the Night" in Covington, Ga.
Brandon Tartikoff continues to amass frequent-flyer miles, speaking at the BPME/Promax convention in Orlando this week before winging back to his New Orleans base to address public TV's annual…
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A group of investors that includes Walter Scheuer, chairman of Sterling Capital Corp., said it holds a 6.91% stake in CST Entertainment Imaging Inc.'s common shares outstanding. In a filing with the…
Gospel singer Marion Williams and public radio pioneer William H. Siemering are among 13 women and 18 men sharing in $ 9.2 million in so-called "genius grants" from the John D. and Catherine T…
Mike Baker has been elected to a second consecutive two-year term as president of the 25,000-member New York Local of the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists.
Twentieth Century Fox licensing and merchandising has promoted Nancy Overfield-Delmar to senior VP. She'll continue to be responsible for domestic sales and licensing activity.
Bill Baker, a singer and composer of American Indian music, died of a heart attack June 8.
KCBS-TV has opted to air MTM's off-net strip "Rescue 911" from 3:30-4 p.m. starting Aug. 2 instead of challenging the Federal Communications Commission's Prime Time Access Rule.
Meredith Corp. will sell a Fresno NBC affiliate and a Syracuse, N.Y., CBS affiliate to Granite Broadcasting Corp.
June Smaney, 71, veteran actress, died June 4 of an apparent suicide.