The membership of the National Assn. of Broadcast Employees & Technicians have, as expected, overwhelmingly voted to approve a merger with the Communications Workers of America.
Dean and Carol Sanderson, a boy, Ryan David, Nov. 24, Methodist Hospital, Arcadia. Father's a credit specialist for Daily Variety; mother is non-pro.
Retired actor and puppeteer Michael King, 69, died at his home in Tarzana June 1.
Hollywood's World Book & News, the largest newsstand in Southern California, offers an estimated 4,500 different magazine titles.
The American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers has announced the winners of its 25th annual ASCAP Deems Taylor Awards for outstanding print and media coverage of music for 1991.
Barbara Cohen, the award-winning author of more than 30 children's books including "Molly's Pilgrim," died Nov. 29 at her Bridgewater, N.J., home.
Joanne Burns, VP of research for Buena Vista TV, has been promoted to supervise research for the studio's network television arm as well. Burns joined the studio as exec director of research in 1989…
A member of the Screen Actors Guild has filed suit against the U.S. Secretary of Labor, charging that his rights were violated in SAG's 1991 elections.
A French company has sued De Laurentiis Entertainment Group Inc. and Carolco Pictures Inc. for allegedly selling rights to three films that had already been granted to others.
Tom Mazza has been promoted to senior VP, current programs, at Paramount Network TV, overseeing all series produced by the division, reporting to exec VP of creative affairs John Symes.