Coyne Steven Sanders, an author and entertainment journalist who wrote several notable books about mid-century television, died Thursday, Feb. 7, in Chicago. He was 56.
By now, 46 years after the original series' September 1966 debut, one might imagine that every conceivable aspect of "Star Trek" lore and memorabilia has been mined and merchandised.
Dann Cahn, the editorial supervisor on "I Love Lucy" who pioneered the editing of television shows shot in the new three-camera system, died of natural causes on Nov. 21 in Los Angeles.
Tales of liquid lunches at Nickodell, a mini-filibuster from the sister of Vivian Vance and a tribute to a mother who was a pioneer of reality TV were highlights of the TV Academy Hall of Fame…
TV technology stars will shine Aug. 14 at the 62nd Primetime Emmy Engineering Awards.
Hollywood execs with a keen sense of history, take note: The mansion seen at the beginning of "Gone With the Wind" and other Selznick Studios films is back on the rental market.
TV producer Robert H. Justman, who worked on two "Star Trek" TV series, died of complications from Parkinson's disease May 28 in Los Angeles.
Emmy Golden Globe-winning TV producer Robert F. O'Neill, who produced series including "Murder She Wrote" and "Colombo," died Oct. 23 in West Hills, Calif. of complications from colon cancer.
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