Time Warner is set to promote the chief financial officer of Time Inc., Joseph A. Ripp, to become CFO of the whole company, a slot being vacated by Richard Bressler, the entertainment conglom said…
Time Warner and Viacom are in discussions to merge their book publishing units, creating a joint venture encompassing Simon & Schuster, Warner Books and Little, Brown.
News Corp. chairman Rupert Murdoch wed former Star TV exec Wendi Deng Friday night, just two weeks after completing his divorce from Anna Murdoch.
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Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer has inked a three-year international theatrical, video and DVD distrib deal with 20th Century Fox, raising questions about the future of the United Intl. Pictures partnership…
Blockbuster chairman/CEO John Antioco earned $5.95 million last year, the video rental giant revealed in a Securities & Exchange Commission filing Friday, only about $1 million below the total payout…
FCC chairman Bill Kennard received a standing ovation from cable operators gathered here Tuesday after he said that regulators should keep their hands off the Internet.
In a surprise move, Time Warner named chief finance officer Richard Bressler to the newly created position of chairman/CEO of Time Warner Digital Media Tuesday.
The war of words between Hollywood and Washington over responsibility for violence in society following the high school shootings in Littleton, Co., escalated Tuesday, as Time Warner chairman Gerald…
AT&T chairman Michael Armstrong warned Monday that "chaos" would result if the cable industry is forced to open its systems to rival Internet services like America Online, as it would be under a…
Worries over rising interest rates and a recent court setback have sent cable stocks down an average of 21% in the past few weeks, ensuring a somber mood for execs gathering in Chicago today for the…
News Corp. has named Anthea Disney to the newly created post of exec VP for content. The longtime News exec will focus on developing new cable channels, Web sites and magazines for audiences not…