Young Broadcasting's KCAL emerged as the sleeper success story of the local May sweep.
The legal scuffling in the large format pic industry is continuing. Iwerks Entertainment has filed an appeal to the ruling of a U.S. District Court judge in its lawsuit against Imax Corp.
In a move expected to shake up the German television industry, European competition authorities have roundly rejected the pay-TV merger proposal of teutonic media giants CLT-Ufa and the Kirch Group.
If size matters as much as Sony's omnipresent marketing campaign would have us believe, "Godzilla" came up a little short in its Memorial Day weekend debut.
British music firm EMI Group faced a lonely future after potential suitor Seagram Co. opted to tie the knot with Polygram in a $10.6 billion marriage, analysts said Friday.
In talk TV's battle of brains vs. brawn, Oprah Winfrey pulled ahead of Jerry Springer to take the May sweep bragging rights in Nielsen's overnight metered markets.
"American Psycho" is turning American indie film types psychotic. The pic, greenlit by Lions Gate Films, was planned as a low-budget indie satire about the soulless 1980s, based on Bret Easton Ellis'…
Stock in Seagram Co. rose 44¢ to $45.18 Friday, highlighting Wall Street's largely positive reaction to the conglomerate's $10.6 billion acquisition of Polygram.
Modern Times Group (MTG), in another move to pump up its holdings in the Baltic States, says it will launch its pay TV service TV1000 into Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania on or about Oct. 1.
In a surprising move, DreamWorks has withdrawn from co-financing Steven Spielberg's next directorial project, "Memoirs of a Geisha," based on the bestseller by Arthur Golden.