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.
Columbia Pictures' "A River Runs Through It" was chosen Friday as the winner of the fifth annual Scripter Award, which is awarded to the movie judged the best realization of a book as film.
Veteran television and radio comedy writer Laurence Marks, 77, died Jan. 1 in Los Angeles following a stroke. He had been in declining health recently.
"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.