Bill Hudnut, a performer, producer, casting director and teacher, died Oct. 24 at his Los Angeles home of complications due to AIDS.
David P. Lewis, a television pioneer who began his career in advertising in New York City, died Oct. 25 after a short illness.
Don Merritt, motion picture boom operator, died Nov. 8 from injuries sustained in a bicycle accident.
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Frederick S. Pierce, the American Film Institute's newly elected chairman has announced his senior executive team.
National Cable Television Assn. president James Mooney has been awarded a new multiyear contract extension by the NCTA board of directors.
William and Anmarie Cunningham, a boy, William Daniel, Oct. 21, Suffern, N.Y. Father is distribution manager for Variety and Broadcasting magazine; mother is non-pro.
Tom Talbert, set decorator for film and television, died from AIDS complications Oct. 8.
Ellen Baron, wife of Rabbi David Baron, who leads the Temple Shalom for the Arts, died Nov. 11 in Santa Monica after a lengthy bout with cancer.
Jennifer Wharton and Michael Dinner, Oct. 18, L.A. Bride's a television writer; groom's a director.
Bret Sarnoff has been promoted to VP, controller, for the Carsey-Werner Co., responsible for financial reporting, treasury functions and production accounting. Sarnoff had been controller at the…
Leslie Pound, Paramount Motion Picture Group's senior VP of international marketing, is relocating to the studio's London offices, effective Dec. 1.