The entertainment industry lost one of its entrepreneurial visionaries yesterday when Steven J. Ross, chairman and co-chief executive of Time Warner Inc., succumbed to prostate cancer. He was 65.
Toper Taylor has been promoted from vice president of television at Nelvana Entertainment to senior VP of the whole company in Los Angeles, as the Toronto-based company steps up its U.S. TV…
Mark Goodson, the prolific producer/creator of some of TV's top-rated gameshows, including "The Price Is Right" and "Family Feud," died Friday of cancer. He was 77.
Ken Burgess and Diana Wilkin have joined Fox Net -- Fox Broadcasting Co.'s satellite-delivered program service -- as general sales managers of local offices in Corpus Christi, Texas, and Wilmington…
Preparing to move into high gear with a slate of film projects, Bregman/Baer Prods. has named Charles O. Glenn president of marketing.
Character actress Ruth Corbett Thom died Dec. 7 at Valley Presbyterian Hospital after a long illness. She was 78.
Film star and former Screen Actors Guild president Dana Andrews, 83, died at Los Alamitos Medical Center early yesterday morning of pneumonia. He had been in failing health for several years.
Andy Kirk, whose big band rocked the Roseland Ballroom in the 1930s, died Dec. 11 of complications from Alzheimer's disease.
J.J. Jamieson has been promoted to director, miniseriesand movies for TV, at NBC Entertainment, having most recently been manager in that area. Jamieson began his career at the network as a page in…
Larry Sullivan, 46, longtime U.S. TV producer and a pioneer of cable programming, died here Dec. 15 of a stroke.