Small cable TV operators from throughout the U.S. will descend on D.C. this month to plead for relief from FCC rules designed to roll back cable rates as much as 15% nationwide.
Walt Disney Co. said it met with high-ranking Chinese government officials this week to discuss expanding Disney's business activities in China.
Viacom International Inc. has agreed to trade two radio stations in Houston to Westinghouse Electric Corp. for two stations in Washington, D.C., and an undisclosed amount of cash, the companies said…
A Warner Bros. vice president has sued the company for allegedly taking away his responsibilities without good cause and refusing to give him benefits, bonuses or vacation pay. WB would not comment…
The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees announced Thursday a settlement agreement with Laurel King Prods. that included re-employing workers who refused to cross the picket line on…
MCA Inc. is seeking reimbursement of more than $ 15 million it had to pay because it guaranteed a loan obligation of the Arthur Company & Associates.
ARD signed on the dotted line Thursday, officially becoming an equal partner in German-language cultural satellite web 3sat, effective Dec. 1.
The Dutch Supreme Court has ruled that yanking the license of Holland's largest pubcaster, Veronica, for up to seven weeks is too severe a penalty for improper activity on the part of the…
A former manager of Fox Broadcasting's photography department has sued Fox, claiming he was fired because he is black.
Carolco sweetened its offer to noteholders Wednesday, hoping to take the amended inducement for 100 cents on the dollar for each of the two classes of outstanding notes.
Osborn Communications Corp. closed its rights offering for common shareholders July 2. The New York-based media company's offering was oversubscribed. One transferable right was available for every…
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