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.
Gerald Lincoln Dolin, a composer, arranger, conductor and pianist, died Dec. 31 of respiratory complications. He was 79.
As expected, Paul Friedman has been elevated to executive VP at ABC News, replacing Stephen Weiswasser, senior VP of Capital Cities/ABC, who had been serving as the No. 2 exec in the news division…
Bill Lee has rejoined MGM Intl. TV Distribution as VP of worldwide pay TV. He returns after a two-year stint as the London-based director of sales and new business development for UIP Pay TV, a…
David B. Wallerstein, 87, retired president of movie theater chain Balaban & Katz (subsequently named ABC/Plitt Theaters) and innovator in the entertainment industry, died Jan. 4 at his home in…
"Brooklyn Bridge" and "Reasonable Doubts" were among the winners of the first Jewish Televimage Awards, presented by the Queens, N.Y.-based Jewish Televimages Resource Center.
Gary Gerberg, co-producer and director on Fox TV series "Code 3," died Dec. 29 at his Santa Monica home of a heart attack.
Rating agency Standard & Poor's Corp. said Friday it assigned its BBB- rating to Time Warner $ 1 billion of 20-year note issue.