General Motors has opted to end its sponsorship of the CBS reality series "Survivor," the auto maker said Wednesday, citing a shift in brand marketing strategy and adding that it was not related to…
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Sony BMG has tentatively settled at least 15 consumer class actions brought against the music company over its use of copy-protection software on CDs.
Cablevision Systems, the largest cabler in the New York City area, reported a third-quarter loss but posted healthy sales of telephone and high-speed Internet services.
Walt Disney Co. said it will employ an outside monitor to probe claims that four Chinese factories licensed to create its branded products violate labor laws and put workers in danger.
Recognizing that more kids are turning to the Internet for their entertainment, Viacom's Nickelodeon is rolling out a souped-up new Web site that will include as many as 20 hours of new programming…
Clear Channel Television, a unit of Clear Channel Communications, has named Donald D. Perry to the new position of exec VP and chief operating officer.
News Corp. is seeking more than $100 million from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development to fund an aggressive acquisition spree for its Russian business.
Blockbuster topper John Antioco played down recent criticisms by activist investor Carl Icahn and assured employees that the video rental company is on track toward long-term growth.
TiVo's longtime efforts to forge an alliance with a cable-TV company are close to fruition, with the maker of digital video recorders in advanced talks with Comcast.
Walt Disney shareholders, who are suing former and current board members to recoup the severance package given to short-term president Michael Ovitz, have toted up what they figure the Mouse is owed…
The Federal Communications Commission is set to unanimously levy a record $550,000 fine against CBS-owned stations for violating broadcast decency standards with Janet Jackson's breast-baring Super…