Just a day before some industry freelancers would have been subject to back taxes for not registering as home-based businesses, officials say the city council may delay implementation for writers…
Agreeing to pay an estimated $350 million for the storied Los Angeles Dodgers, Fox Thursday laid the cornerstone of what is expected to become a U.S. sports empire, designed to complement News…
The Television Bureau of Advertising Thursday projected the TV industry will see 6% to 8% ad-sales growth in 1998, spurred by the Winter Olympics and midterm election spending.
Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) rejected a request Thursday by telcos and online companies to hold intellectual property treaties hostage until Hollywood agrees to water down…
Former Turner Broadcasting exec Scott Sassa has resurfaced as the new president of NBC Television Stations, unseating 30-year peacock veteran John Rohrbeck at the helm of 11 O&O TV outlets.
Cinergi Pictures Entertainment Inc. chairman Andrew Vajna plans to offer at least $2.30 a share to buy out the company's public shareholders, the indie said Thursday, but the $31 million offer was…
John Cusack is near a deal to star for director Mike Newell in "Pushing Tin," an irreverent look at air traffic controllers. The film will be cleared for takeoff shortly at Fox 2000, where Art Linson…
A row is brewing between the BBC and Worldwide Television News, the international news agency controlled by U.S. web ABC, about the way the British pubcaster's coverage of Princess Diana's funeral is…
Sullivan Broadcasting Co. CEO Dan Sullivan and his backer, investment fund Abry Partners Inc., have formed a new $400 million company to buy TV stations in small and medium markets, it said Thursday.
Fox Broadcasting Co. has declined an option to continue production on the period drama "Roar," the linchpin of the web's summer slate of original programming.