Once again, filmmakers and TV producers are asking: What's Disney's secret?
Terry Keegan, a television producer, died Jan. 29 near Kingman, Ariz. Cause of death was suicide. He was 59.
For most animation fans, the big news in 1993 is the summer re-issue of Disney's first full-length cartoon, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs."
Ben Peter Freeman, a writer for the "Superman" radio and TV serials, died Dec. 11 of heart failure in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He was 91.
The American Film Institute will honor winners of its 1992 Robert M. Bennett Awards for outstanding achievements in local television programming today in ceremonies on the AFI campus.
General Instrument Corp. posted a net income of $ 7.2 million (12 cents a share) on $ 298 million in revenues for the fourth quarter ended Dec. 31.
Karen Ticktin has been upped to VP of advertising for Showtime Networks Inc.
Video Jukebox Network Inc., the troubled cable programmer, may have a new investor. The Miami-based channel is in "serious negotiations" with Chris Blackwell's Island Trading Co. for the sale of a…
Farrell C. (Mike) Strawn, 78, director of advertising and promotion for KCMO-TV (now KCTV) for 27 years, died at home in Kansas City Jan. 16.
Mark Gilula has been named VP, sales and marketing, at Capital Cities/ABC Video Publishing, the company's newly formed wing designed to market and distribute homevideo.