What began about a year ago as an ultra-fast gigabit-speed fiber broadband network isolated in a single market is expanding faster than most expected.
The second-quarter earnings report this week will likely emphasize that there has been more stability in Viacom's model than people realized.
Shrinking release slates, a focus on tentpoles and the emergence of a 'new normal' in the homevid market has allowed the largest media congloms to boost the financial performance of their movie…
While Murdoch & Co.'s grand plan appears to have come together almost perfectly, there was a larger game of chess going on than many investors realized.
Back from the brink of bankruptcy, the satellite radio giant is on the hunt for $2 billion of its own shares and a new CEO.
Celebs and execs put their fates, fortunes and personal affairs in the hands of these pros
As classy a film as could be made from Stieg Larsson's sordid page-turner, David Fincher's much-anticipated return to serial-killer territory is a fastidiously grim pulp entertainment that plays like…
Corner a doctor, lawyer -- hell, even a forensic criminologist -- and they'll cite chapter and verse about the dramatic liberties that movies and TV shows take with their professions.
ABC picks up pilots, including 'Cashmere,' 'Wives,' 'Mars,' 'Smith,' more.
More "Hollywood Boardroom" than "Hollywood Babylon," Bernard F. Dick's corporate biography tracks Paramount Pictures from a gleam in Adolph Zukor's eye to a state in the Viacom nation. "Engulfed"…