Saban Entertainment announced the expansion of its licensing and merchandising department with the appointments of Debi Young as vice president of licensing and merchandising and Sheila Clarke as…
SKOKIE, Ill. (AP)--David C. Rockola, whose name became synonymous with the jukeboxes he manufactured, died Jan. 26.
Karen Ticktin has been upped to VP of advertising for Showtime Networks Inc.
Douglas Edwards, 44, theater and special events administrator for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences and a longtime force in specialized film programming in Los Angeles, died Feb. 2 at…
Ben Peter Freeman, a writer for the "Superman" radio and TV serials, died Dec. 11 of heart failure in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He was 91.
Farrell C. (Mike) Strawn, 78, director of advertising and promotion for KCMO-TV (now KCTV) for 27 years, died at home in Kansas City Jan. 16.
Dan Lindquist, president and owner of Tamarand Films, died Jan. 28 of complications from pneumonia at St. John's Hospital in Burbank. He was 65.
Director-choreographer Steve Merritt, who choreographed numbers for the Allan Carr-produced Oscarcast in 1989 and helped create several Las Vegas shows, died Jan. 26 in L.A. of complications from…
Memorial service for Dr. Paul Rothman, longtime companion of agent Bob Hohman , will be held at 3 p.m. Feb. 11 at the Writers Guild Theatre in Beverly Hills.
Pete Manchikes, a radio announcer and longtime host of the 1950s- and '60s-era national radio program "Music Til Dawn," died Jan. 26.
Edward P. Morgan, a broadcast journalist and writer who reported for ABC, CBS and public television, died Jan. 27 of cancer at his home in McLean, Va. He was 82.