Susan Richmond, 58, died Feb. 23 in Miami after a long bout with cancer.
Actress Claudette Colbert is seriously ill and will need at least six weeks to improve after suffering a stroke, medical officials said yesterday.
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Broadcast TV revenues bounced back in 1992 after a dismal 1991, with growth in all four major categories -- spot, local, network and syndicated advertising -- according to the Television Bureau of…
Heavy metal superstars Metallica swept the Bay Area Music Awards for a second year in a row, taking a break from a 300-concert world tour to party with hometown fans.
Tim Allen will emcee the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences' 14th annual College TV Awards presentation Sunday at the BevHilton Hotel. Presenters will include actors Hector Elizondo, Faith Ford…
Kevin Burns has been promoted to director of special productions at Twentieth TV. He had been manager of creative services for Twentieth's domestic TV unit since 1988.
Barbara Sheldon Edwards, wife of TV host-producer Ralph Edwards, died March 5 at her Beverly Hills home from complications of Parkinson's disease. She was 75.
Timothy Proser, casting director and partner in Mick Dowd Casting, died Feb. 21 at his home in Los Angeles of complications from AIDS.
Variety and Entertainment Weekly will sponsor "Cinema Against AIDS," a fund-raising effort at this year's Cannes Film Festival (May 13-24) to benefit the American Foundation for AIDS Research.
In the Feb. 23 Dish column, Kid 'n Play were incorrectly identified as creators of the new TriStar TV pilot "Bodyguards."