It's taken more than a year, but the BBC has finally found somebody to fill the embarrassing vacancy at the head of its drama department.
DreamWorks TV co-chief Ken Solomon has been named the new president of Universal TV in place of Tom Thayer, who resigned last week and signed a production pact with the studio.
Edward Nathanson, veteran TV sports director and producer for NBC, died Friday in New York City of complications resulting from lung cancer. He was 72.
One of the fall season's most promising new entries, NBC's "Veronica's Closet," came together when two ultra-competitive talent agencies agreed to something unusual --- sharing their business.
Dr. Stephen Langley, an educator, author, theater manager and founder of one of the first graduate-level programs in arts management in the U.S., died of respiratory heart failure Saturday at Long…
Helen Tucker Gershenson, a former Broadway actress and widow of longtime Universal Pictures music director Joseph Gershenson, died April 26 at her North Hollywood home of natural causes. She was 91.
Marie Dear, who worked at MGM Studios for 40 years, died May 10 of lung cancer at UCLA Medical Center. She was 84.
Kenneth H. MacQueen, a former VP and general manager of WABC-TV New York, died of cancer May 3 in St. Louis. He was 64.
Veteran character actor Hoke Howell, who worked in films and TV for more than 40 years, died May 9 of heart failure at St. Joseph's Hospital in Burbank. He was 67.
Kamalbai Gokhle, the first Indian woman to act in an Indian movie, died in Pune City, India, on May 17 in the centenary year of Indian cinema. She was 97.