Letter to the Editor
The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists has tapped "60 Minutes" producer Don Hewitt to receive the union's first-ever Lifetime Achievement Award.
A federal judge on Tuesday handed a major victory to the record industry in its battle against cyberpirates, ruling that Internet-access provider Verizon can't keep private the names of users who…
Boffo performance from its New Zealand and Australian operations and an improving advertising market have given media company CanWest Global a fiscal boost for the quarter.
The European Union's antitrust authority will rule on Rupert Murdoch's planned takeover of Vivendi Universal's Italo pay TV operator Telepiu on April 14, the Brussels body said Tuesday.
After seeing their takeover bid nearly derailed last year by a criminal investigation, Michael and Rainer Koelmel have acquired defunct Kinowelt Medien, the distributor they founded in 1984.
With Mel Karmazin's future as president of Viacom hanging in the balance, the company is speeding up efforts to extend Les Moonves' contract despite the fact his current deal does not expire until…
In its continuing shake-up of the International Herald-Tribune, the New York Times Co. has ousted CEO Peter C. Goldmark, who will be replaced by his deputy, Richard Wooldridge.
SAG and AFTRA's top execs have ramped up efforts in recent weeks to lay the groundwork for a merger between the nation's leading performers unions.
AOL TW's entertainment and publishing divisions are striking their most thorough synergistic project yet with the Feb. 25 release of the soundtrack to "Smallville."
Another exec is headed for the exit door at the Magic Kingdom. Byron Pollitt, chief financial officer at Disney's parks and resorts unit, has been appointed CFO of the Gap.