Capital Cities/ABC surprised investors Tuesday with plans for a 10-for-1 stock split to be ratified at its annual meeting in May.
Congress is pressuring the FCC to reinstate the fairness doctrine, which required broadcasters to air both sides of a controversial issue. The rule was repealed in 1987.
Billy Graham helped put a damper on CBS' so-called "halo effect" from the Winter Olympics as ABC survived a furious weekend assault by the Eye network to take Nielsen gold for the March 7-13 week.
New Zealand's big-business watchdog, the Commerce Commission, may block a deal giving Kiwi exhib giant Hoyts control of all but two screens in the capital.
The Walt Disney Co. announced Tuesday the promotion of chief financial officer Richard Nanula from senior veepee to executive veepee.
Name a sports league that has no schedule of games, no teams, no players and no stadiums -- but does have a cable and network television contract. Try Major League Soccer.
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.