Paula Sullivan has been named vice president for corporate development, a new position, at Graff Pay-Per-View.
A bill prohibiting schools from contracting for television programs with advertising to be shown to students during classroom hours was defeated Friday by the state Senate.
Melanie Lee Rose, daughter of the late composer David Rose, died May 28 in Los Angeles of breast cancer. She was 43 and had been battling the disease for eight years. Survived by two daughters, her…
PRODUCTION CHART KEY Abbreviation: SUPR EXP-Supervising executive producer(s); EXP-Executive producer(s); COEXP-Co-executive producer(s); SUPR PROD-Supervising producer(s); PROD-Producer(s)…
Jane Campion, the first woman to nab the prestigious Palme D'Or at the Cannes Film Festival, is signed to direct "Portrait of a Lady" for Propaganda Films.
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.
It's been a bumpy path recently for U.S. production company Reeves Entertainment, and the future is looking cloudy.
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…
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…