News Corp. chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch said he thinks his company's publicly traded Fox Entertainment unit is wildly undervalued compared with other entertainment stocks.
Hurricane Floyd blew into Gotham Thursday, closing network offices, halting film productions and pulling the plug on power lunches. Showbiz folk and the rest of the soggy city left work early…
Viacom stock lost some luster in a rocky market Wednesday as it trends lower following last week's blockbuster merger announcement with CBS Corp.
NBC and partner ValueVision Intl. said Wednesday that ValueVision's home shopping cable network will soon be called SnapTV -- the first time a cable channel has been named, or renamed in this case…
The parent company of General Cinema Theaters is shuttering its regional offices in Los Angeles and Chicago and laying off 40 people as part of a cost-cutting measure.
Theme park operators ran for cover Tuesday as Hurricane Floyd neared the coast of Florida, with the Walt Disney Resort shutting its doors for the first time in its 28-year history.
William Burke, president of TBS Superstation and Turner South, was named president of news and information at Time Warner Digital Media, a nascent Time Warner unit meant to integrate the…
MGM and Turner Broadcasting have reworked a movie-library deal covering 800 United Artists titles that could lead to MGM's setting up an all-movie pay TV network as early as September 2000.
SFX Entertainment announced Monday it has agreed to acquire Sweden's leading music promoter EMA Telestar Group.
USA Networks Inc. Chairman and CEO Barry Diller sold 520,000 of his company's shares last month at a price ranging from $45.38 to $48.13 a share, according to a filing Monday with the Securities and…