John Dorr, 48, video artist and founder of EZTV, one of the nation's first centers devoted to the production and exhibition of video, died Jan. 1 in Los Angeles of complications resulting from AIDS.
In a move Wall Street dubbed "unexpected," Blockbuster Entertainment prez Joseph R. Baczko resigned yesterday, just as the video retail giant announced it had initiated a corporatewide reorganization.
Petry Inc., the nation's third highest-billing station rep firm, is expected to announce today that Thomas F. Burchill will buy out Petry chairman David S. Allen's majority interest in the company.
Jamie Kellner, one of the last original Fox Broadcasting Co. executives at the weblet, is leaving his post as president-chief operating officer after nearly seven years in the job.
ASCAP member and Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Stephen Albert died in a car accident here Dec. 27. He was 51.
James A. Goode, a magazine editor, publisher and writer, died Dec. 13 at age 68 of a heart attack. Services were private.
Julio and Sandra Macat, twin boys, Alexander Erik and Andreas James, Nov. 11, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Father's a director of photography; mother's an actress.
Ronald Kulberg and Lori Rubenstein, a girl, Shari June Kulberg, Nov. 6, L.A. Father's a residual/collections representative for the Writers Guild of America West; mother's non-pro.
Actor Peter Brocco, who appeared on stage and television and in more than 80 films from early talkies to "Twilight Zone: The Movie," died Sunday of a heart attack at his home. He was 89.
Constance Carpenter, 87, a Broadway actress who starred opposite Yul Brynner in "The King and I," died Dec. 26 in Manhattan of a stroke.