Viacom Intl. is entering the interactive arena with the creation of its own New Media group. The cable programmer has appointed Michele DiLorenzo, formerly VP business development at its MTV channel…
A Georgia cable TV company claiming a right of access to run its lines, free of charge, into two Cobb County apartment complexes lost a Supreme Court appeal yesterday.
Congress voted last night to override a White House veto of cable reregulation legislation, breaking President Bush's unblemished veto record and handing him a humiliating defeat less than a month…
Turner Broadcasting System is expected to eliminate as many as 50 to 75 TV post-production staffers at Hanna-Barbera Inc. on Nov. 1 and farm the work to outside firms.
An Arizona court sentenced former concert promoter Gary Tovar to seven years in prison for his role in a drug distribution case.
NSB Corp., the former Hemdale Film Corp., was given an extended deadline of Friday to pay off angry creditors or consider converting an involuntary Chapter 7 liquidation bankruptcy into a Chapter 11…
President Bush's Saturday veto of cable reregulation legislation has turned into a hot campaign issue, with the Clinton-Gore camp stridently claiming that Bush nixed the bill to protect his "wealthy…
Time Warner led the most actives list on the New York Stock Exchange on Friday, closing up 1/4 to 23 1/4, but the market headed south, losing 53.76 points Friday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average hit…
Time Warner Entertainment Co. L.P.'s new issue of $ 350 million senior notes due 2012 was rated "BBB--" by Fitch.
Times Mirror Cable Television Inc., a unit of Times Mirror Co. of Los Angeles , acquired the 80% of Community Cablevision that it didn't already own from Irvine Co., a closely held land development…
A federal appeals court reviewing new financial interest and syndication rules adopted by the Federal Communications Commission expressed skepticism here Friday over whether the FCC acted properly in…