Government regulators may have convinced themselves that their rulemaking last month will be a boon to new cable networks, but most of the industry is greeting Washington's latest decree with a…
Six weeks after studio head Mike Medavoy resigned from TriStar Pictures, execs keep on shuffling at both TriStar and its sister studio, Columbia Pictures.
Italy was one of the first European countries to allow private broadcasters to break up the state's monopoly on the airwaves in the late 1970s, but it has been one of the last to regulate the results.
Viacom chairman Sumner Redstone is getting ready to pay Blockbuster shareholders a visit, but he may find them less than hospitable.
The American Film Market wrapped March 4 with conflicting signals from both sellers and buyers about the worth of the 14th edition of the trade bazaar.
Taipei held fast to its position against allowing foreign investment in Taiwan's thriving cable industry during negotiations with U.S. trade officials last week.
Paramount signed five more stations to its fifth-network effort, bringing the number of primary affiliates to 31, with a reach of 44.23%, according to the Nielsen Station Index.
President Clinton has selected San Francisco telecommunications lawyer Rachelle B. Chong to fill one of two vacancies at the Federal Communications Commission.
It was a problem so dire, producer George Lucas was summoned from his Bay Area home to rush to England. There was a glitch involving his film's star, not atypical for a Hollywood production.
Final ballots in all 23 Oscar categories went out Thursday to the 4,755 voting members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences.