Joseph E. Romero, who worked as a music supervisor and editor on hundreds of television shows, died June 24 of bronchial pneumonia at St. Joseph Medical Center in Burbank. He was 73.
Legit performer Patrick J. O'Hara died June 11 at St. Joseph Medical Center in Burbank after a lengthy illness. He was 55.
Al Rubin, father of writer-producer Fred Rubin, died June 24 in Tucson, Ariz. , after a lengthy bout with emphysema.
Former WBZ TV and radio newsman Streeter S. Stuart, who reported on the sinking of the Andrea Doria, the search for the Boston Strangler and the Brink's robbery, died June 27 of cancer.
Richard G. Pauley, father of "Dateline NBC" co-anchor Jane Pauley, died June 30.
Joseph Wishy, a producer who became known for his documentary programs about the performing arts, died July 3 of amoebic dysentery.
Stephane Sperry has re-joined Gallic pay-TV giant Canal Plus in a move that could herald increased rights-buying activity by the web.
Romi Straussman has been named motion picture division VP of QDE, the newly formed multimedia venture started by Quincy Jones and David Salzman.
Former Orion Home Video senior VP Gene Silverman has been appointed president/CEO of New York-based Polygram Video.
Paula Askansas has joined Arsenio Hall Communications as director of marketing, coordinating all ad-pub-promo and marketing for the company. Askansas was most recently a senior publicist at CBS and…
Joe Levinsohn has resigned as president of international TV distribution for Republic Pictures Corp., continuing a drain on the company that started with the departure five months ago of Chuck Larsen…
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