Nearly 4,000 mourners, including many of Hollywood's most powerful and influential players, jammed the Walt Disney Co.'s Stage 2 Monday afternoon to pay their final respects to the company's…
As Euro Disney prepared to mark its second anniversary today, bankers to the debt-strapped theme park were playing a high-stakes poker game Monday over its 21 billion franc ($ 3.59 billion) rescue…
"Schindler's List" and "Dances With Wolves" could be among hundreds of films banned from video release in the U.K. if parliament approves a proposal aimed at protecting children from violent images…
Sony Pictures Entertainment has concluded the realignment of its TV divisions as Columbia TriStar TV, reassigning a number of key staffers but continuing to position Columbia and TriStar as separate…
Intellectual property owners will receive the same antitrust protection as other property owners under the Clinton administration, assistant attorney general Anne Bingaman said Friday.
Martin Garbus, a partner in the firm of Frankfurt, Garbus, Klein & Selz, is a New York trial lawyer specializing in intellectual property cases.
In rapid succession, New Line has scored three movie properties peppered with the kind of A-level talent previously reserved for the major studios.
The fee for Primetime Emmy Award video mailings is $ 100 per peer group and $ 1,000 for 10 or more peer groups. TV Acad pricing was wrong in a story Friday.
The Public Broadcasting System has canceled plans to finance a sequel to "Tales of the City," its highest-rated dramatic miniseries in more than a decade. PBS execs say they decided against backing…
While fans and the music industry mourned the death of Nirvana lead singer Kurt Cobain, retailers nationwide report the tragedy has prompted an increase in sales of the band's discs.
Cable TV giant Tele-Communications Inc. and Hallmark Cards Inc. are selling a combined $ 62.9 million or 22.8% stake in Heritage Media Corp., the company said Friday.