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Venezuela has expelled U.S. docu filmmaker Tim Tracy, who was arrested nearly two months for alleged espionage. Venezuelan interior minister Miguel Rodriguez Torres tweeted the news this morning…
Laurence Haddon, who appeared onstage and in TV shows including “Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman,” died in May 10, in Santa Monica from complications associated with Lewy Body Disease. He was 90. Born in…
Current books by staffers include Cynthia Littleton's examination of the Hollywood writers strike, Robert Hofler's study of film's sexual revolution, Jon Burlingame's celebration of the music of…
Meet the some of the up-and-coming assistants and coordinators most likely to break into the executive ranks.
"Students want to come out here," Ithaca in L.A. program director Stephen Tropiano says, "but it was difficult managing that as an East Coast school." Having a presence in L.A. makes the jump less…
From the start, Dick Clark's career was distinguished by his skill at working both sides of the camera.
Pinnacle Broadcasting owner Philip D. Marella, who spent almost five decades in broadcast management, died of natural causes on Friday, Dec. 9, in Stamford Conn. He was 82.
"I'm an accidental producer," says Lawrence Inglee, who made waves with his first full producing effort, the military-themed drama "The Messenger," which nabbed two Academy Award nominations.
Allen Sabinson certainly had a good run in Hollywood. He oversaw movies and miniseries for ABC, programming for A&E, even served a stint (not very happily) at Miramax. But the wheels spin and leave…
Harold "Hal" Golden, a television industry leader and former president of ABC Films, died June 30 of natural causes in Capistrano Beach, Calif. He was 86.