Dorothea Harding Kobin, wife of William Kobin, retired president and CEO of KCET Los Angeles, died of breast cancer on July 7. She was 66.
Bill Bradley, a popular disc jockey of the 1950s, died July 4 of unreported causesat the Eisenhower Hospital in Palm Desert. He was 82.
Bea Heath, who at one time owned the Heath Real Estate and Lease Management in Las Vegas, a real estate company whose clientele consisted primarily of Las Vegas performers, died July 5 of Alzheimer's…
Pearson Television has promoted Pauline Bohm to the newly created post of vice president, worldwide marketing.
Film and TV writer Mark Patrick Carducci, perhaps best known as the creator and writer of the horror film "Pumpkinhead," died on June 19 in Thousand Oaks. He was 42.
Showtime Networks has bumped Frank Pintauro to senior VP and senior creative director of creative services, and named Dan Bragg VP and senior creative director, on-air promotion, of creative…
Laurie and Ray Gonzalez, a boy, Zachary Noah, May 21, Tarzana Medical Center. Mother’s non-pro; father’s senior director of business and legal affairs for Warner Bros. Records. * * * Lauren and…
Martin Malarkey, a pioneer of the cable industry, died June 27 of cardiac arrest at his home in Washington, D.C. He was 79.
Moscow's 20th International Film Festival unspooled Saturday in the newly refurbished Rossiya Cinema in the center of the Russian capital, confounding the expectations of many who had doubted that…
Leonard E. Maskin, who served as an executive at ABC Entertainment for many years, died of emphysema June 29 at the Eisenhower Medical Center in Palm Desert. He was 69.