The Corp. for Public Broadcasting announced a management shakeup yesterday, with newcomers Carolynn Reid-Wallace joining the org as senior veep for education and Thomas Harvey taking the reins as…
Funeral services will be held today at San Fernando Cemetery for Ruth M. Brochu, whose sons Jim and Don are both involved in the entertainment industry.
Castle Rock Entertainment and Columbia Pictures decided last Friday to reschedule "Amos & Andrew" from Feb. 26 to March 5. The plan was made prior to Tuesday's screening for exhibitors.
Paramount and Lucasfilm will seek to pull "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles" out of its ratings cliffhanger by trumpeting a special guest for the ABC series' two-hour return: Harrison Ford…
Douglas Heyes, a writer and director whose TV and motion picture career spanned four decades, died Monday at his home in Beverly Hills of congestive heart failure. He was 73.
Backed by such pix as "Dracula" and "Aladdin," Carmike Cinemas Inc. announced net income of $ 1,969,000 (26 cents per share) for the fourth quarter ended Dec. 31, compared with net income of $…
Walt Disney Co. said it is that it will redeem on March 11 all $ 2 billion of its zero coupon convertible subordinated debentures due 2005 for $ 483.50 for each $ 1,000 in principal amount at…
Marvin Kaplan has been reelected to a fourth term as president of the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists, nabbing 55% of the vote, compared to 38.5% for Susan Boyd.
Eve Szurley has been promoted to VP, creative development, at Fox Broadcasting Co., having been director in that area since March 1990. Szurley will continue to develop and oversee production of…
The National Cable Television Assn. yesterday asked a federal court for permission to intervene in a case involving Bell Atlantic Corp.'s bid to provide cable TV service in its local service area.