Cable cable cable -- both networks and systems -- boosted Time Warner's quarterly numbers. Filmed entertainment and music were sluggish, but that's OK, according to chairman and CEO Gerald Levin.
MGM banged out its first full quarterly profit since 1988 as studio execs talked up their film slate and upcoming TV deals, including the possible acquisition of a television station group.
USA Networks Inc. has promoted Victor Kaufman to the new position of vice chairman.
After facing disappointing financial results for more than a year, Ballantyne of Omaha said Monday it has hired investment bank Donaldson Lufkin & Jenrette to explore strategic alternatives -- Wall…
Gannett Co. said Monday a booming newspaper business boosted net income 18% in the third quarter to $207 million, despite tepid growth from its TV station group.
Walt Disney Co. and its chief Michael Eisner probably expected some razzing by the press and classical music crowd as the Disney Millennium Symphonies had their virgin run at New York's Lincoln…
Imperial Credit Industries of Torrance said Monday that it's agreed to purchase the Lewis Horwitz Organization, a company that's been helping finance independent films for the past 30 years.
Owners of MGM stock as of Friday will receive 0.328 subscription rights for each share held as part of a $720 million rights offering, the company announced.
Canal Plus appears to be the leading contender to take a chunk of Artisan Entertainment as the U.S. indie seeks a European corporate partner, sources close to both companies said Thursday.
AT&T Corp.'s driving mission to link cable and telephone services suffered a casualty Wednesday with the resignation of Leo Hindery as president and CEO of its cable TV business unit, AT&T Broadband…