EMI Music has struck a 15-year worldwide licensing deal with David Bowie for the singer's back catalog, a performance-related agreement that could pay as much as $2 million per year to Bowie for the…
The No. 2 executive at the CBS Station Group, Tony Vinciquerra, is ankling the group amid rumblings of more possible changes to come.
Warm weather lured many people away from their favorite syndicated TV shows during the week ended May 11.
The folks at Twentieth TV and ABC are giving partial credit for the network's renewal of the David E. Kelley-produced drama "The Practice" to a grassroots Internet campaign to save the show
Sony Corp. said Tuesday it has developed the technology to produce a CD-size high-capacity, recordable optic disc that has a single-side capacity to hold about five times the information of a…
Responding to the changing landscape of homevideo, the vid arm of 20th Century Fox has put control of its domestic and international units under one exec, naming Jeffrey Yapp to the newly created…
Viacom Inc. is planning to open five Nickeleodeon-themed retail stores later this year, highlighting the entertainment conglomerate's moves to beef up its licensing revenues by opening its own retail…
Sources say ABC and Warner Bros. have settled their dispute over the series "Lois & Clark."
A crucial bill to reform Italy's television and telecommunications sectors passed its first hurdle in Parliament on Wednesday night, when the Senate approved all its items.
Michael Douglas and Steve Reuther, whose company produced Paramount Pictures' "The Ghost and the Darkness" and the studio's summer offering "Face/Off," starring John Travolta and Nicolas Cage, are…