Kevin Francis in from London. Vanna Bonta to Jackson Hole, Wyo.
The King of Pop has become the King of Television, as Michael Jackson's interview with Oprah Winfrey drew the highest prime time rating for any non-Super Bowl telecast in nearly a decade -- quickly…
James (Woody) Woodworth will receive the Directors Guild of America's Franklin J. Schaffner Achievement Award, honoring career longevity and service to the guild by an associate director or stage…
Lloyd Siegel has been named director of news partnerships at NBC News, managing relationships with affiliates, the NBC News channel, overseas broadcasters and other news organizations. Siegel was…
Few entertainers could hope to pack Carnegie Hall almost two months after their death, but Steve Ross did just that yesterday.
Robert L. Brenner, entertainment attorney, died Wednesday in Los Angeles as a result of liver failure. He was 56.
Stuntman Tim (Tip) Tipping, 34, plunged to his death after his parachute failed to open while re-enacting a sky-diving accident for TV cameras.
John Steadman, vet character actor, died of a lung ailment Jan. 28 in Montrose. He was 83.
GLADWYNE, Pa. (AP) -- C. Wanton Balis Jr., who spent more than a quarter-century helping guide the Philadelphia Orchestra, died Feb. 4.
Douglas Heyes, a writer and director whose TV and motion picture career spanned four decades, died Monday at his home in Beverly Hills of congestive heart failure. He was 73.
Funeral services will be held today at San Fernando Cemetery for Ruth M. Brochu, whose sons Jim and Don are both involved in the entertainment industry.