Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. has sold its entire 7.5% stake in rival Australian company Fairfax Media for about 380 million Australian dollars ($312 million), both companies said Monday.
That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. Fred Thompson’s speech before the Lincoln Club of Orange County on Friday night was considered a platform from which the "Law & Order" star could…
New conflict-of-interest legislation being mulled by Italy's parliament could force Silvio Berlusconi to choose between his political career and direct control of his Mediaset TV empire.
HBO chairman-CEO Chris Albrecht spent at least part of Sunday in a Las Vegas jail after being arrested outside the MGM Grand hotel and casino.
Twentieth Century Fox wants to return to "Wall Street." Studio's launching development of a sequel to Oliver Stone's 1987 drama as a potential starring vehicle for Michael Douglas, who won an…
It seems Rupert Murdoch isn't the only one stirring interest in fresh media acquisitions. On Friday, just days after Murdoch made a bid for the owner of the Wall Street Journal, Reuters appeared…
Egyptian authorities have found an Al Jazeera producer guilty of "damaging the country's interests" and possessing fabricated video material that would damage Egypt's reputation, with intent to…
That, and other news, in this weekend’s Political Panorama. Both parties have now had their first match ups, but is it possible to discern who has the presidential mojo? MSNBC can be credited for…
The new Film Development Council set up four committees during its first meeting Thursday (May 3). Film director Gordon Chan, who is also president of the Hong Kong Film Directors' Guild, will…
If there was a winner of the first debate of Republican presidential candidates on Thursday night, it was Ronald Reagan. His name, legacy, demeanor, optimism --- anything about him, it seemed, were…
Exhibitor AMC Entertainment surprised Wall Streeters late Thursday by canceling its $789 million initial public offering, citing "adverse market conditions."