Frank M. Capacchione, 81, film editor, died Dec. 23 in L.A. of heart and respiratory disease.
Broadcast Communications, one of the United Kingdom's major independent TV production groups, has appointed Primetime/RPTA to handle its international program sales.
Honolulu TV station KWHE has been fined $ 20,000 by the Federal Communications Commission for exceeding the number of commercials per hour allowed during kidvid hours.
Macdonald Carey inks with Century Artist Ltd. for representation.
Sports syndicator Raycom has signed a five-year deal with the estate of Elvis Presley, whereby the company will produce a series of specials from Presley's Graceland in Memphis.
A leading candidate to succeed Al Sikes as chairman of the Federal Communications Commission pocketed $ 500,000 in 1988 after withdrawing a license challenge to WGMS-FM, Washington.
The new owners of the Max Factor Museum, Colony Bancorp/Hollywood Heritage, are planning to open a "preview museum" in the building in May, to demonstrate what the facility will look like when fully…
The Supreme Court yesterday refused to revive a $ 4 billion lawsuit by a millionaire inventor who says an ABC television program falsely portrayed him as a liar and hypocrite.
Columbia Pictures announced yesterday that it has restructured its New York publicity department, bringing in former PMK Public Relations Agency praiser Mara Buxbaum and former Nancy Seltzer…
The Celtic Arts Center in Hollywood has found itself without a theater, as an arson fire set on New Year's Eve managed to destroy the theater's coffeehouse cafe and partially ruin its 50-seat theater.