Andy Marx: High Tech Hollywood
Jonathan Dolgen is the first top executive recruited by Sumner Redstone for the newly merged entertainment conglomerate Paramount/Viacom.
Two detectives and their supervisor have been suspended for signing a pre-trial deal with telefilm producers relating to the high-profile case in which they were testifying.
A former CNN on-air reporter filed a sexual discrimination lawsuit against the news cabler Wednesday, charging she was fired because she went on maternity leave.
As expected, "Superunknown," the fourth album from Seattle grunge pioneers Soundgarden, enters the SoundScan album sales chart in the top position this week. According to figures provided by an…
Information superhighway legislation that permits telephone company entry into the cable TV business and grants spectrum flexibility to broadcasters cleared the House Energy and Commerce Committee on…
NBC has pacted 10-year agreements allowing it to transmit programming into China, India, Taiwan, Hong Kong and other Asian countries via satellite, the web said Wednesday.
The FCC is a step closer to playing with a full deck following President Clinton's decision Tuesday to nominate longtime friend and media investment banker Susan Ness to fill the vacant fifth and…
French textiles and communications giant Chargeurs has taken a 10.3% stake in one of France's leading cable operators, Lyonnaise Communications.
Officials at the Walt Disney Co. flocked to closed-door meetings Tuesday and curious consumers flocked to buy suddenly in-demand laserdisc copies of Disney's "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" following…
Ellen Weston wrote the CBS telepic “Sin and Redemption”; her name was incorrect in Tuesday’s review.