Silicon Valley came to Hollywood Friday, as Intl. Creative Management hosted a morninglong presentation that brought together seven of the top multimedia designers with moviemaking talent.
Paul Sharits, 50, filmmaker and installation artist known for his experimental approach to cinema, died July 15 in Buffalo of natural causes. Born in Denver in 1943, Sharits began experimenting with…
Katz Communications, the rep firm with the largest number of TV-station clients, has promoted Bill Carroll to VP and director of programming for the Katz Television Group.
Jacqueline Lyons has joined TriStar TV as VP, creative affairs, reporting to exec VP of series development Eric Tannenbaum.
Lenard Pearlman, 42, former audio engineer and later president of Editel, a major audio/video post-production house in Chicago, died July 7 in Houston of leukemia.
A memorial service for Carlton E. Morse, creator of the long-running radio series “One Man's Family” and “I Love A Mystery,” who died May 24, will be at 1: 30 p.m. Sunday at Founders Church Holmes…
Donald Dudley, 40, freelance production supervisor, died July 13 in Los Angeles of AIDS. Dudley received his undergraduate degree from the University of Houston and his master's degree from the…
Any speculation that Creative Artists Agency might not be able to hold on to its Coca-Cola advertising account got squashed late Thursday, as Coke exex signed the agency to produce 30 new commercials…
Peter Moore, a former foreign sales rep for Vestron Pictures Intl., died July 19 of unreported causes in Los Angeles.
Paramount Pictures and MCA Universal are accelerating moves to create a cinema circuit in Japan by naming Ian Riches to the new post of VP, Far East, of their exhibition coventure United Cinemas Intl.