The Rev. Raymond K. Riebs, rector emeritus of St. Michael and All Angels' Church in Studio City and the first chaplain at the Motion Picture Country Home, died Nov. 28 after 20 years of suffering…
Gary Essert, 54, who founded and ran both the Los Angeles International Film Exposition and the American Cinematheque, died yesterday at his home in Los Angeles of complications from AIDS.
Brigitte Wolthers and Kelly Hassian, Aug. 8, Burbank. Bride's operations manager at Prime Post; groom's non-pro.
Carlo Sama resigned as president of TeleMontecarlo earlier this week amid rumors that the commercial network's two owners are planning to divest their respective shares in the well-known but…
Lee Currlin, a 14-year NBC veteran and currently senior VP of programming and program planning based in New York, will retire early next year, the network confirmed.
Services will be held at 11 a.m. today at Eden Cemetery, Mission Hills, for Louis Goldberg, longtime comptroller and head of the accounting department at the William Morris Agency, who died Dec. 13…
Odyssey Entertainment prexy and CEO Patrick Wachsberger is ankling to the Summit Export Group, sources confirmed yesterday.
Claudia Lewis has been appointed to the newly created position of VP of production at Addis Wechsler, the management/production company headed by Keith Addis and Nick Wechsler.
A month after leaving his role as production VP at MTV, Joel Gallen has set up shop in Los Angeles and is doing business as Tenth Planet, a new production outlet.
Arthur Levitt has been named president and CEO of Hard Rock Cafe Intl., replacing Robert Earl, who will take a position with the Planet Hollywood chain.