James D. Boaz has resigned as president of the Paramount Stations Group, effective Dec. 12, citing a long-held desire to take a prolonged sabbatical.
William O. Martin, 58, a CBS Entertainment executive and graphic artist, died Oct. 5 in Santa Monica from AIDS-related lymphoma.
Don Merritt, motion picture boom operator, died Nov. 8 from injuries sustained in a bicycle accident.
Less than a month after being named president of the Agency for the Performing Arts, Roger Vorce has announced that APA is adding an agent to its roster, as well as promoting several others.
Dora Antonowsky died Nov. 15 of natural causes. She was 96.
Kevin Fortson, who signed on as VP of development for Genesis Entertainment in May, has ankled his post to return to Geraldo Rivera's New York-based Investigative News Group.
David P. Lewis, a television pioneer who began his career in advertising in New York City, died Oct. 25 after a short illness.
Sean Rowley, 23, keyboardist/vocalist for Zoo/SRC recording group Cause and Effect, died Nov. 8 in Minneapolis of cardiac arrest induced by an asthma attack.
Winifred White has been named to the newly created position of VP, movies and miniseries at NBC Prods., overseeing longform production and development at the in-house unit, reporting to exec VP of…
Bill Hudnut, a performer, producer, casting director and teacher, died Oct. 24 at his Los Angeles home of complications due to AIDS.