The long-running shareholder lawsuit against Disney over its compensation package to Michael Ovitz survived a motion to dismiss late last week in a Delaware courthouse.
Canadian investment group Onex Corp., which owns U.S. exhib Loews Cineplex, has entered the exhib market in Germany by buying 50% of 181 screens formerly owned by the bankrupt Ufa Theater.
Elektra Records has moved up the release date of Metallica's new album, "St. Anger," from June 10 to Thursday in order to battle the proliferation of illegal copies.
The FCC dramatically relaxed decades-old rules governing media ownership on Monday, making it easier for the big four nets and powerful congloms to expand their entertainment and information empires.
Minutes after the FCC made its sweeping changes to media ownership rules official, a bipartisan group of senators vowed to sink them.
Clear Channel Communications has got a bad rap in the media and in Washington based on disinformation about the radio giant's business practices and market dominance, exec VP and financial chief…
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that 20th Century Fox could not use trademark law to bar a third party from distributing videos incorporating documentary footage from WWII that had fallen into the…
Media stocks popped Monday on news from the FCC but ended the day off their highs as TV and radio broadcasters pined for more sweeping changes.
U.S.-based completion bond company CineFinance's Hong Kong office is finally offering production insurance to film companies after a two-year delay.
Altnet, which uses the controversial Kazaa file-sharing network to legally distribute music and other copyrighted material, will launch an incentive program designed to encourage much wider use of…
The Illinois Legislature has approved wage-based incentive legislation designed to encourage more film and television production.