Tribune Co. execs were pressed by bankers about the company's debt ratio and overall liquidity in a conference call Thursday with lenders to discuss the company's 2007 financials.
The sprawling National Assn. of Broadcasters confab has long had the feel of an auto show, with product demonstrations and a high-tech hucksterism drawing crowds of gearheads eager to test-drive the…
CBS News found itself in the crosshairs of a mini media frenzy in the last few days, fueled by speculative reports about what the Eye's top brass may or may not be planning to do with its…
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Michael Bass has returned to the NBC Universal fold, this time as senior veep of strategic initiative.
A New York judge has dismissed a number of the claims in the $70 million lawsuit that former CBS News anchor Dan Rather filed against the Eye in September.
MySpace has inked a content distribution partnership with ShineReveille Intl. that aims to broaden the reach of the original content featured on the MySpaceTV platform.
Peter Chernin and Robert Iger have wrapped their diplomatic mission with SAG.
A bill aimed at regulating self-dealing transactions among the majors cleared its first hurdle in the California state Senate with its passage Tuesday by the Senate Judiciary Committee.
CBS News and CNN execs have recently been in talks to explore the possibility of sharing resources in a way that would help the bottom lines of both newsgathering outfits.
No means no. That was Yahoo's message to Microsoft on Monday, as the Web portal reiterated its rejection of the tech giant's acquisition bid.
News Corp. has restructured the advertising operations unit of MySpace parent Fox Interactive Media amid reports that the division may miss its revenue target for the fiscal year ending June 30…