Cheryl Swiderski has been named to the new position of film and TV marketing coordinator for Zomba Music Services, which is expanding its Los Angeles office. She previously worked for Geffen Records…
Lorayne Brox, 64, eldest member of the Brox Sisters, a singing trio of the 1920s, died June 14 in Los Angeles of unreported causes.
Woody S. Wilson, 71, longtime Daily Variety librarian, died Tuesday after undergoing open-heart surgery on Monday at St. Vincent's Medical Center.
John M. Culkin, 65, critic who analyzed the effects of television and film on society and advised the creators of "Sesame Street," died July 23 in New York of cancer.
Theater, film and television writer Hugh Leonard, who has never had an American agent repping him, has signed with the William Morris Agency.
Tara Crocitto has been upped to veepee in charge of developmentfor the Stan Winston Studio, where she has been a production coordinator since 1990. Crocitto will locate and develop creative projects…
In the latest round of executive hirings at Permut Presentations, Christopher Eisenberg has been named the company's newest development VP and Lisa Alden has been designated director of development.
ESPN has hired Harold Anderson, programming chief of pay TV operator Sky Entertainment in New Zealand, to set up its Asian service.
CapCities/ABC has embarked on a major corporate restructuringthat establishes four separate divisions within the company while positioning ABC TV Network Group prez Robert A. Iger as the clear…
Capella Intl., currently in production on the Al Pacino starrer "Two Bits," has upped Judy Landon to director of marketing.