The L.A. Opera and L.A. Festival both have received substantial challenge grants from the National Endowment for the Arts.
John Outlaw, an actor and musician who used songs to dramatize the battle against AIDS, died of the disease March 8.
The Yorkin Company has sued ITC Prods. for allegedly failing to properly account for revenues from broadcast television distribution of the film "Twice in a Lifetime."
Jack Nicholson has been added to the cast of presenters for the 65th Academy Awards, which will be handed out March 29, in ceremonies televised live by ABC.
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has reached an agreement with Horned Toad Prods., settling a labor dispute on the set of "Joshua Tree."
Jose F. Duval, actor and singer perhaps best known as the original coffee planter Juan Valdez in television commercials for Colombian coffee, died Feb. 27 at age 72.
Clifford Lachman has been promoted to senior VP, programming and production, Paramount Domestic Television. Lachman, Par's VP production since 1989, had previously worked for "Entertainment Tonight"…
As part of the cable reregulation law passed last year, Congress gave broadcasters the right to elect either must-carry or retransmission consent from the local cable operator. Broadcasters selecting…
Tim Storrs, a former television reporter for KGTV who mysteriously left the station in early February, was found dead in his apartment March 5. He was 43.
Barbra Streisand's forthcoming Columbia Records album will be a collection of classics, including duets with Johnny Mathis and Michael Crawford. The collection was incorrectly attributed to Mariah…
Byron (Buzz) Brandt, film and television editor, died March 9 in Los Angeles of heart failure. He was 60. Brandt, a native of Nebraska, began his career in the film industry working in the shipping…
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