Motion Picture Assn. prexy Jack Valenti has written to Mexican president Vicente Fox warning that a one-peso (10¢) fee levied on admissions may jeopardize the majors' investments in local production.
While relations between the Bush administration and the U.S.' European allies may be strained, Motion Picture Assn. prexy Jack Valenti used his time at the Berlin Intl. Film Festival Monday to meet…
Cablevision Systems announced Monday that it intends to exit the consumer electronics business for good and will either sell off or shut down its 17 remaining Wiz stores.
President Bush on Monday said hallelujah to religious broadcasters for "sharing the gospel on the airwaves" with millions of Americans.
Private investment fund company Quadrangle Capital Partners, which counts Barry Diller and Comcast chief exec Brian Roberts among its investors, has acquired New York-based GoodTimes Entertainment, a…
SAG and AFTRA leaders have officially agreed to marry their two unions, laying the groundwork for the second merger vote in four years among the 135,000 thesps, broadcasters and recording artists.
The Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia has ruled there's nothing wrong with a new law banning a pirate broadcaster from operating a low-power FM radio station.
Brazil's leading cabler Net Servicos has tapped Francisco Tosta Valim Filho as CEO, fueling speculation of a pending sale.
Studios and exhibs have relented somewhat in their move to take away the free-admission perk from SAG members during awards season and have started scheduling special screenings for Guild members.
The record business has fired back in its ongoing battle with Net-access provider Verizon over the identities of copyright offenders on its network, asking a judge not to stay a subpoena ordering…