Well-known Las Vegas radio and television personality Red McIlvaine died Monday at Nathan Adelson Hospice following a two-year battle with cancer. He was 64.
As expected, New Line Cinema has filed paperwork with the Securities & Exchange Commission for a proposed public offering of 2 million common shares.
George L. George, 85, film director whose "Toward Independence" won the Academy Award for best documentary in 1948, died Jan. 5 in New York of heart failure.
Sabrina Levitt has joined Showtime Networks Inc. as a senior publicist handling consumer public relations in the cabler's Los Angeles office. Levitt will handle press and public relations for…
An attorney investor and a group of six employees have filed separate suits in Los Angeles Superior Court against talk show host Byron Allen and his producers for allegedly breaching contracts to pay…
Patrick J. Purcell, 45, has been named president and chief executive of News American Publishing, which will give him oversight over its magazines, TV Guide and Mirabella; its newspaper, the Boston…
Acclaim Entertainment Inc. entered into an exclusive agreement with two Sony Corp. units--Sony Electronic Publishing Co. and Columbia TriStar Home Video--for the sales and distribution of Acclaim's…
The two-hour premiere of Paramount's new firstrun syndie series "The Untouchables," which garnered mixed reviews, fired off a respectable 7.1 rating/ 10 share in eight metered markets during its…
John Eisendrath and Kathryn Pratt Eisendrath, a boy, Maxwell Pratt Eisendrath , Oct. 11, St. John's Hospital, Santa Monica.
Calling it "the fastest roll out in daytime history, Twentieth TV's "The Bertice Berry Show" has been cleared in 77 markets covering 71% of the U.S.