MGM Grand Inc. said yesterday it will abandon its "all-frills" scheduled airline service between Los Angeles and New York at year end, grounding an ambitious personal vision of owner Kirk Kerkorian.
Euro Disneyland posted a substantial loss for the fiscal year ended Sept. 30 and predicted that more red ink will flow in 1993.
A divided Federal Communications Commission is expected to recommend that a Chicago federal appeals court judge disqualify himself from the fight over financial interest and syndication rules.
In an effort to pump new life into its troubled balance sheet, Live Entertainment Co. has weighed in with more details of its planned restructuring.
Expansion and profits were the topic of the day for Murdoch/Banesto/Zeta-backed TV channel Antena 3. After a board meeting yesterday , prexy Antonio Asensio announced that ad revenue for the channel…
Sony Corp., parent of Columbia and TriStar Pictures and one of the world's largest manufacturers of consumer electronics, is still reeling from the lukewarm world economy, with earnings sliding…
Graff Pay-Per-View has entered into a 10-year affiliation agreement with Tele-Communications Inc., the nation's largest cable operator, to distribute Graff's Spice adult programming service. Spice…
The New Zealand Film Commission has presented its first Lifetime Achievement Award to veteran producer/director John O'Shea, OBE.
Fueled by strong sales in all divisions, Walt Disney Co. reported record earnings of $ 816.7 million ($ 1.52 per share) for the year ended Sept. 30, up 28% from the year before.
The head of the National Endowment for the Arts has decided to reject grant requests for three gay and lesbian film festivals, an NEA source confirmed Thursday.
Walt Disney Co. chairman Michael Eisner says the company will build in Tokyo an ocean-themed park first planned for Long Beach.