Mark McCormack, the sports marketing pioneer who was widely regarded as the most powerful man in sports, died on Friday. He was 72.
Markets & Festivals
Campaigning has intensified over the proposed SAG-AFTRA merger, with both sides stepping up activity prior to 175,000 ballots going out June 9.
"Wedding Planner" director Adam Shankman has sued Jennifer Lopez for $5 million for allegedly cutting him out of a remake of "Carmen" the singer-actress is developing at Universal.
With TV station ownership regulations looking increasingly likely to be relaxed, prospects for a flood of buying and selling has Wall Street traders -- and no doubt investment bankers -- giddy with…
NTL lost 17,600 subscribers and watched its revenue dip by 9.6 million pounds ($15.5 million) to $882 million for the first three months ended March 31, its first post-restructuring quarter.
Major-label group BMG has expanded its relationship with U.K.-based music company Sanctuary Group, adding worldwide distribution duties as well as new licensing, sales, DVD and merchandising…
Film Roman stock rocketed upward late last week after it was announced that a subsidiary of IDT Corp. will buy a majority stake in the animator of TV toons "The Simpsons" and "King of the Hill."
Italian TV group Sitcom has reached an agreement with Rupert Murdoch's newborn feevee Sky Italia for carriage of four of the five digital satellite channels the TV company currently distributes in…
There were no kung fu fights, but big AOL Time Warner shareholders made it crystal clear Friday they'd like Steve Case and a few other directors off the board of the world's biggest media company.
A sophisticated, unpredictable mystery about an uptight crime writer whose creative energy is released by an encounter with her polar opposite, "Swimming Pool" stirs a little of the playfulness of…
Don't let the title fool you. This is not a sequel to "Lake Placid" or any kind of horror film. Instead, it's a whimsical, satirical comedy about an oddball teenager. Pic melds an insightful…