Dann Bowley, vice president of digital production at Sony Pictures Entertainment, is out of a job.
Music video service VH-1 has awarded VP stripes to Eddie Dalva and Jack Sussman, two executives who will responsible for improving and developing the channel's programming. Dalva, who joined VH-1 in…
Carol M. Blaze, 86, who worked for MGM as a studio stores auditor and later managed the Writers Guild Theater, died of cancer on Aug. 5 at his home in L.A. after a brief illness.
Ann Straus, veteran MGM publicity executive and former fashion editor for the studio, died Monday evening at her home. She was 82.
Tory Whipple has joined the Irv Schechter Co.'s motion picture lit division, headed by Devra Lieb, effective Monday.
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Andrew Boyle, 71, author and former broadcast news exec whose book “The Climate Of Treason” led to the public unmasking in 1979 of British art expert Anthony Blunt as a onetime Soviet double agent…
Steve Broidy, 86, president of Monogram Pictures and its successor, Allied Artists, from 1945 to 1965, died April 29 in Los Angeles following a heart attack. A native of Maiden, Mass., Broidy…
Roger Vail, 36, manager of specials and variety programs for NBC Entertainment until he left because of illness 14 months ago, died April 23 in Los Angeles of AIDS. A native of Foxboro, Mass., and a…
Tom Rosqui, 62, actor who played the Corleone family bodyguard Rocco Lampone in the first two “Godfather” films, died April 11 in Los Angeles of cancer. Rosqui’s mostly silent “Godfather” role…
Marc Gibson, 51, weekend sports anchor and reporter on. KGO-TV San Francisco, died April 30 in that city of an apparent heart attack after a workout. Gibson joined the station as a reporter in 1982…