Stymied by rules barring an 11th-hour proxy fight of their own, recently resigned Disney directors Roy Disney and Stanley Gold are urging Mouse shareholders to reject head Mouseketeer Michael…
Electronic Arts continued to grow in its position as the nation's top videogame publisher, posting double-digit revenue and earnings growth in the fourth quarter thanks to a strong holiday season…
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Microsoft could face multibillion-dollar fines and other sanctions for breaking European competition law.
TV Azteca shareholders have filed suit against the net's majority owner, Ricardo Salinas Pliego, claiming damages related to a debt transaction under review in the U.S. and Mexico.
With a clear lack of unity as negotiations approach, WGA West leaders have given president Charles Holland the most tepid of endorsements. In an extraordinary move, a divided WGA West board decided…
Sara Keene has been appointed as CEO of Premier PR, the British entertainment PR agency.
Studios and talent agencies are becoming increasingly alarmed at the upheaval within Hollywood actors and writers guilds. With the unions due at the bargaining table this spring, many see harbingers…
Channel 4, Blighty's second biggest commercial terrestrial web, is poised to post impressive results despite continued difficulties in the advertising market.
Two new competitors in the Toronto TV market are inflating programming costs for Toronto-based Chum, according to company execs, who released its first-quarter fiscals Monday.
Hollywood writers find themselves with a major headache. The ongoing leadership problems at the WGA West threatens to diminish the guild's clout at upcoming contract negotiations. WGA members say…
Hollinger Intl. said Monday that a board committee has approved a shareholder rights plan, or "poison pill," and sued to block Conrad Black from selling the newspaper group, parent of the Chicago…