The National Assn. of Video Distributors has spent $ 50,000 in a test of consumer advertising in the Charleston, S.C., area to promote a Wednesday common street date for video rental releases…
Michelle P. Durham, 30, an administrative staffer at Warner Bros. Television, died Nov. 13 in Los Angeles, the victim of a fire.
Talkshow host Ray Martin was named Australia's favorite TV personality in the inaugural People's Choice Awards held here yesterday.
Bryson B. Rash, 79, a pioneer broadcaster in both radio and TV who helped persuade President Harry Truman to deliver the first televised presidential address to the nation, died Nov. 10 of emphysema…
Fox Broadcasting affiliates and the Fox program "America's Most Wanted" are teaming with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children to help locate missing kids.
Producer-director Robert Wise became the first recipient of the Crystal Heart Career Achievement Award at the closing of the first Heartland Film Festival in Indianapolis.
Blockbuster Entertainment Corp. has completed its previously reported acquisition of Sound Warehouse and Music Plus, units of Shamrock Holdings of California Inc. Blockbuster said that in connection…
Robert Reese, actor/producer, died Nov. 14 in Los Angeles of natural causes.
John Scott Miller, longtime office employee of Columbia Pictures/Sony Studios, died Nov. 11 of complications from AIDS.
Teddy Riley, a veteran jazz trumpet player who blew "Taps" for Louis Armstrong, died Nov. 14 of a respiratory illness.