Making television history, Bill Clinton on Sunday became the country's first ex-president to take his gig to primetime television. Clinton and former Senate Majority Leader Robert Dole -- a statesman…
Top scribes agree: If the Oscar was awarded for best writing about writers, Charlie Kaufman would win it. During a Writers Guild panel Thursday night, this season's top-tier scribes tipped their hat…
Dallas-based radio company Hispanic Broadcasting has upped four execs.
Paolo Mieli, head of publisher RCS (Rizzoli-Corriere della Sera), has been tapped as president of RAI, and four other members were named to the board. The appointments put an end to one of the most…
Gotham-area media group Cablevision continues its operational cleanup, announcing Friday that it has reached an agreement to transfer its consumer electronics chain, the Wiz, to investment holding…
"The Late Show With David Letterman" has set its guest host slate for this week as Letterman continues to recuperate from shingles.
While AOL Time Warner has been facing billion-dollar debt and shrinking stock for some time, the media empire's latest problem is real estate. Conglom is slated to begin settling into its colossal…
South African production company NAM Films has acquired the worldwide cinematic and television rights to Alexander McCall Smith's bestselling novel, "No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency."
Billionaire producer Haim Saban and German publisher Heinrich Bauer are running neck-and-neck in their rival bids for the assets of bankrupt Kirch Media.
JPMorgan on Friday gave AOL Time Warner a rare gift of good news, if you can call it that, concluding that the struggling conglom's debt load is manageable, if not particularly comfortable.