Michael H. Diamond, former executive VP and general counsel for New World Communications Group, has formed a law firm with partner Kenneth A. Ostrow.
Pearson Plc's $515 million deal to acquire All American Communications marks the end of a two-year courtship and the beginning of a new era for fast-growing the British media conglom.
Now that TV's new content-based rating system is up and running without NBC, Washington culture warriors said they are going to hit the Peacock web where it counts --- in affiliate relations.
Hong Kong filmmakers will get the red-carpet treatment at the second Pusan International Film Festival, which will run from October 10-18 in South Korea's second largest city.
Stock in Young Broadcasting dropped almost 7% Wednesday after the TV broadcaster warned that weaker-than-expected conditions in the TV ad-spending market in Los Angeles would hurt its third-quarter…
Senate Commerce Committee chairman John McCain (R-Ariz.) used Tuesday's confirmation hearing for three Federal Communication Commission nominees to raise the stakes in his effort to pressure NBC into…
Miramax's "Shall We Dance?" is poised to set a box office record for a Japanese language release in North America.
John Malone's Tele-Communications Inc., continuing its policy of reducing its overall subscriber count, has moved 445,000 subscribers in 29 of its cable systems into a new venture that will lop off…
Deutsche Telekom AG said Tuesday it had reached a breakthrough agreement with broadcasters on setting up a common cable platform for digital television broadcasting in Germany.
The government and the defense offered their final arguments Tuesday in Peter Hoffman's criminal trial on federal tax evasion charges.