Michael Jackson's high-profile television appearances capped off by the Oprah Winfrey interview have reinvigorated his career, sending sales soaring for his 14-month-old "Dangerous" album.
Rose Steinberg Wapner, a script supervisor for 20th Century Fox for more than 50 years, died Feb. 1 after a fall that resulted in a cerebral hemorrhage. She was 85.
Michael J. Faherty, executive vice president of broadcasting for Cox Enterprises, died of pneumonia Feb. 13 in Atlanta at 54.
Sharon Disney Lund, a daughter of Walt Disney, died yesterday of complications from cancer. She was 56. Lund died at 9:30 a.m. at St. John's Hospital and Health Center, said Dick Lippin, a spokesman…
Frances Hunt, former big band singer, died on Feb. 6 from complications of a stroke she suffered late last year. She was 77.
Rosalind Marks has been promoted to VP, business affairs, network television, at Walt Disney TV, responsible for that area relating to series, telefilms and specials, reporting to senior VP Laurie…
FAIRFIELD, Conn. (AP) -- Retired CBS News president Richard Salant, 78, who oversaw the introduction of "60 Minutes" and the "CBS Morning News," died yesterday while giving a speech.
Julie Reeder and Charles H. Shapiro, Dec. 31, Malibu. Bride's a lawyer and a William Morris agent trainee.
Mike and Shauna Miller, a girl, Emily Melissa, Nov. 25, Huntington Memorial Hospital, Pasadena.
Anne Morea and Don Willenburg, a boy, Tristan Imanyara, Nov. 20, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Mother is VP of business affairs for Citadel Pictures. Father is non-pro.