Paxson Communications Corp. and Young Broadcasting are among U.S. companies maneuvering to buy, sell or swap media assets after the FCC voted Monday to ease ownership limits.
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Harried homemaker Martha Stewart, who could be indicted this week on obstruction of justice charges related to her sale of ImClone stock, said Tuesday that she won't resign.
Brian Daly has been named senior VP of creative advertising at 20th Century Fox, marketing prexies Tony Sella and Pamela Levine announced Tuesday.
Vet scribe Howard Gordon will be calling 20th Century Fox TV home for the next three years. Studio has extended Gordon's overall deal through May 2006. In addition to continuing as exec producer of…
Filmmaker Michael Moore, Shakespeare's Globe Theater performance of "Twelfth Night," Mikhail Baryshnikov and a collection of American roots musicians highlight UCLA Live's 2003-04 season.
MGM shipped its largest ever initial retail order of DVDs and videos for Tuesday's North American release of "Die Another Day."
L.A. investment firm Houlihan, Lokey, Howard & Zukin will announce today the acquisition of Media Connect Partners, which provides financial advisory services to media, entertainment, sports and…
A potentially melodramatic tale about a just-deceased woman's effort to resolve her untidy life is treated in understated, schematic fashion in "Kiss of Life." This first feature from British…
In a decision that clarifies the line between the First Amendment and the right of publicity, the California Supreme Court held that a DC Comics series featuring two characters named Johnny and Edgar…
Jazz trumpeter and bandleader Wynton Marsalis has inked a record deal with Blue Note Records.
BBC governors are to poll U.K. viewers about whether they feel the pubcaster's programs are biased in light of its controversial coverage of the Iraq war.