Paul Wadsworth, an assistant to producers and writers at Warner Bros., died May 2 of accidental asphyxiation.
Monday came and went at the Federal Communications Commission, but the agency appears no closer to deciding whether Fox Inc. topper Rupert Murdoch will be handed a permanent waiver of commission…
More than 200 comics from 16 countries will descend on Montreal for the 11th annual Just For Laughs comedy festival, to take place July 22-Aug. 1 around town.
The operator of Dimension Cable Services in Orange County is seeking a federal court order barring implementation of new must-carry Federal Communications Commission rules set to go into effect June…
Polish-born pianist Mieczyslaw Horszowski, who played with conductor Arturo Toscanini and counted Peter Serkin, Ruth Laredo and Eugene Istomin among his former students, died May 22.
An organization representing film studios and record companies has asked U.S. Trade Representative Mickey Kantor to deny special trade benefits to six countries because of inadequate copyright…
Anne Sweeney has been named chairman and CEO of Fox Basic Cable, the Fox division responsible for launching and programming a new basic cable service expected to premiere on Tele-Communications Inc…
Polygram Group Distribution and CGI Records have pacted in an exclusive distribution agreement for the Chicago-based record company's gospel music, which includes work by Andrae Crouch, the Winans…
Elizabeth Montgomery, a costume and set designer, died May 15 at her home in London of undisclosed causes. She was 91.
Actors Elisabeth Shue and Jonathan Silverman and MTV's Melissa Rivers top 400 celebs and young Hollywood professionals skedded to support Mike Woo's L.A. mayoral campaign tonight at 7:30 p.m. at Club…
The Supreme Court let TV gameshow hostess Vanna White sue Samsung Electronics America over an ad that showed a glamorously dressed robot ready to turn a letter as she does on "Wheel of Fortune."