John I. White, the voice of the singing Lonesome Cowboy of the NBC radio show "Death Valley Days," died Nov. 26 of heart disease. He was 90.
The Screen Actors Guild has tentatively settled its contract dispute with the union representing approximately 85 SAG office workers.
MGM TV has pacted with Claster TV to distribute a new animated version of "The Pink Panther," to be offered as a Monday-through-Friday strip for fall 1993.
NBC has apparently trumped the other webs in the almost comical race to be first with their Amy Fisher telefilm, scheduling the movie "Amy Fisher: My Story" for Dec. 28 in its Monday movie slot.
Publicist Max Bercutt, 83, died Oct. 23 in Tucson of cardiovascular ailments. Bercutt worked in Warner Bros. publicity from 1948-68, heading the department for 15 years.
Twentieth Century Fox's "Hoffa" bilked an R rating and New Line Cinema's "Surf Ninjas" garnered a PG in the 1,245th weekly bulletin of the Motion Picture Assn. of America's Classification and Rating…
'Aladdin' $ 17,055/screen Disney's animated adventure rode its magic carpet to the holiday weekend's highest per-screen average.
Time Warner has named Timothy A. Boggs senior VP of public policy and promoted Carol Melton, Art Sackler and Joan Nicolais Sumner to vice presidents.
Wayne McWorter has been made apartner in Davidson & Choy Publicity, which has been renamed Davidson Choy McWorter. Judi Davidson and Tim Choy founded the company 10 years ago.
ABC closed out its first November sweeps victory in 14 years last Wednesday with a convincing nightly win, built around a commanding 9-10 p.m. performance by the new team of "Home Improvement" and…