Larry Kasanoff, one of the partners and masterminds behind the Lightstorm Entertainment multi-pic scheme, has ankled the company, throwing into question the future of the global enterprise once…
W. McNeil Lowry, who won a special Tony Award in 1963 for his support of the American theater, died June 6 of cancer at his Manhattan home.
Kevin Fortson, who has run Geraldo Rivera's Investigative News Group for the past few years, has ankled to become VP of production for Telepictures Prods.
Budget cuts have meant belt-tightening for Germany's pubcasters, and news bureaus around the world -- including New York -- have closed.
Mia Farrow won a major victory when a judge ruled Woody Allen is woefully unfit to take custody of their three children, but the bruising court battle is far from over.
Leon Selditz, Emmy Award-winning film editor, died May 13 in Portland, Ore., of a stroke. Selditz, who had suffered a series of aneurysms since 1988, was 72.
The address for the Kelman/Arletta & Associates agency in Monday's Kids in Showbiz spotlight was incorrect. The agency is located at 7813 Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90046.
NBC will for the first time offer a second foreign-language audio feed to affiliates during coverage of the NBA Finals, which starts tonight.
Members of Actors Equity, voting in a secret mail referendum, have elected 22 members to serve on the governing council.
Jayne Shadduck Durant, a former Hollywood actress and owner of the old Palms Hotel in Waikiki, died May 29.
In a unique arrangement between Group W and Tribune Broadcasting, two stations in Philadelphia will carry Tribune Entertainment's sports, fitness and adventure show "Energy Express" on weekend…