Charter Communications, a massive cable company Paul Allen cobbled together in just over a year, plans to sell $3.45 billion worth of stock in an initial public offering.
IMMI Pictures has purchased attorney David Marlett's script "Of Kings and Cowboys" for mid-six figures.
Korn scored the most nominations for the 1999 MTV Music Video Awards, earning nine for their video "Freak on a Leash," MTV announced Wednesday.
Charlize Theron ("The Devil's Advocate") is in talks to co-star with Robert DeNiro and Cuba Gooding Jr. in Fox 2000's "Navy Diver."
Strong ad revenue powered earnings at CBS Corp.'s radio and billboard powerhouse Infinity Broadcasting Corp., with net income jumping 49% to $100 million and revenue rising 31% to $597 million from…
After scoring a solid victory as a rental, Steven Spielberg's "Saving Private Ryan" plans to conquer the sell-through market on Nov. 2 as a limited edition.
Local repertoire accounted for almost two-thirds of the global music market in 1998, an all-time high and indicative of the diversity of the industry worldwide.
In a burst of deal-making, DreamWorks and Universal have secured Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller for "Meet the Parents," while John Travolta is set to appear in "Numbers," a DreamWorks-Paramount…
EMI Music Publishing has ponied up nearly $200 million for more than 40,000 copyrights held by Windswept Pacific, including "Louie Louie," "Mony Mony," "Hot Legs" and "Why Do Fools Fall in Love?"
In a major reshuffle of DreamWorks' top ranks, co-owner Jeffrey Katzenberg will become the studio's interim head of production, replacing Bob Cooper, the former TriStar Pictures president who has…