M6, France's second terrestrial broadcaster, saw its net profit rise 24% to e82 million ($94.2 million) in the first half of 2003, boosted by non-core activities and M6's stake in the satellite…
The Federal Trade Commission dealt Vivendi Universal a little chin music Monday, ruling that the French media giant's music division unfairly fixed prices on an album by the Three Tenors released…
The Intl. Alliance for Theatrical Stage Employees is set to endorse Rep. Dick Gephardt (D-Mo.) for president today.
Shareholders in U.K. cable operator Telewest will receive just 1.5% of equity following a debt-for-equity swap after being promised 3% last September.
Argentine cabler Multicanal has sweetened an offer to restructure the $525 million of debt it defaulted on last year in a bid to win over wary creditors.
Germany's highest court has stepped in to block a $17 billion joint lawsuit by EMI, Universal and a group of U.S. music publishers against media giant Bertelsmann for its support of online music…
Net profit for Pan-European channel launcher SBS Broadcasting shot up in the first half of 2003 by 452% on a net revenue rise of 11%.
Pubcaster ARD will be lowering its advertising prices by 5.5% in the coming year, the group's sales & services division said Monday.
Spain's largest media group, Prisa, underscored the gathering signs of recovery in Spain's ad market, at least for its strongest brands, with a 5% hike in ad revenues, from January to June 2003.
Spanish pay TV operator Sogecable posted a second-quarter profit of 9.9 million euros ($11.1 million), aided by a boffo B.O. haul from bigscreen comic book adaptation "Mortadelo and Filemon: the Big…