Gary Mascaro, choreographer and fight director for the L.A., New York and Italian productions of "Tamara," died Dec. 2 of complications due to AIDS. He was 43.
Charlie Williams, songwriter, publisher, actor and radio personality, died of cancer Oct. 15 in Nashville. He was 62.
Major shareholders in Germany's fledgling private web RTL 2 have shed some of their holdings in a renewed bid to get the station licensed. RTL 2 hoped to go on the air in September, but German media…
Dennis Johnson, senior VP of original programming, West Coast, for Showtime Networks, Inc. has been elected president of the National Assn. of Minorities in Cable.
A judge ruled yesterday that the play and movie "Driving Miss Daisy" was not based on the work of Henry Denker, an author of 24 novels who has had seven plays produced on Broadway.
Garth Brooks has aligned with the National Football League for two benefit concerts Jan. 29 at the Great Western Forum to benefit a major community youth project in South Central Los Angeles, to be…
The headline to the story about "Cheers" going off the air in yesterday's paper was incorrect. The decision to halt production on the show after the 11th season was made by the cast and crew of the…
As of Sunday, customers buying tickets for Nederlander-produced legit shows through Ticketmaster will be able to specify their seat location over the phone.
Universal Pictures' "Death Becomes Her" opened in the top spot in the United Kingdom last weekend.
NBC confirmed yesterday that David Letterman's representatives have given the network a competing offer for his talents from CBS, and that the web has until mid-January to make a counter-offer.
The Columbia University School of Law has established a professorship in intellectual property law, with the aid of attorney and literary agent Morton Janklow.