No. 3 cabler MediaOne Group Inc., known until earlier this month as US West Media Group, will reduce debt by $1.5 billion through the sale of bonds convertible into part of its stake in cell phone…
The critical view from Madison Avenue is giving movie advertising a typical mixed review. One thumb's up, the other's down.
Hollywood Center Studios, which has provided production and technical services since the silent film era, has announced plans for more than $14 million of new construction and facilities, including…
No fewer than four Peruvian broadcast networks are embroiled in controversies related to foreign ownership.
As part of a comprehensive revamping of its corporate financial operations, MGM has named Steve Rath senior VP of its new financial controller group, upping him from his previous post as veepee and…
Chancellor Media Corp. is to buy a 50% non-controlling stake in Grupo Radio Centro for about $237 million, it was announced Monday.
Key producers from Central Europe turned out for the Karlovy Vary fest's high-powered panel on independent film production, headed by Saul Zaentz.
Spanish-lingo broadcaster Univision turned out to be biggest U.S. beneficiary this time around in the quadrennial worldwide hoopla over the World Cup.
The long-promised shakeout of Oz's loss-making feevee sector gathered pace Friday, when U.S.-based Century Communications ended its disastrous antipodean flirtation by selling its ailing East Coast…
A federal judge in Delaware Monday approved Marvel Entertainment Group Inc.'s multimillion-dollar reorganization plan, which calls for a merger with toymaker Toy Biz Inc. and paves the way for the…