A new generation of Sulzbergers took over leadership of the New York Times Co. on Thursday when its longtime chairman stepped down in favor of his son.
The "NYPD Blue" David Caruso of four years ago may end up outstripping the popularity of the current incarnation of David Caruso as "Michael Hayes" on CBS.
Thailand's economic crisis has forced pay TV networks Intl. Broadcasting Corp. (IBC) and UTV Cable Network to confirm plans to merge.
A rival bid for Lin Television Corp. threatens to spoil plans by Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst to acquire the coveted station group in a $1.7 billion deal.
A federal judge in New York Thursday denied Miramax an injunction that would have forced Columbia Pictures and Mandalay to stop the 2-month-old advertising campaign for "I Know What You Did Last…
DMG Radio, a subsid of the U.K.'s Daily Mail and General Trust Group, went from being a minor player to owning Oz's largest radio web with last week's A$88 million ($65 million) purchase of the…
Echostar has filed a complaint at the Federal Communications Commission against Cablevision Systems' programming arm Rainbow Programming, claiming the programmer is charging "discriminatory rates"…
After being stalled for more than a year, the Playa Vista development where DreamWorks hopes to build its permanent home appears to be on track after securing new financing.
Four U.K. cable operators have inked a pay-per-view movie deal with Warner Bros., the first time a Hollywood studio has bypassed satcaster British Sky Broadcasting, the cable industry's key…
Performing rights org BMI, which licenses music for broadcast on radio and television, is using Internet technology to track the use of music on the newest and least-regulated mass medium: the…