Stuart Oken, executive vice president of Disney Theatrical Prods., will leave his post at the completion of his contract in June to launch independent projects.
An entertainment industry coalition has strongly endorsed a pending U.S. trade agreement with Chile for its anti-piracy protections and expressed optimism the pact will expand markets in the rest of…
Shares of Sirius Satellite Radio jumped by nearly 10% Wednesday after the company posted a net profit for the first quarter of 2003 and a significant boost in subscriber rolls for its flagship…
Extensive cost-cutting and box office revenues from pics including "National Security" helped propel German-based production and finance group Internationalmedia back into the black in the first…
In the mad-dash to voice concerns before the FCC makes its media ownership rules official, Disney defended the way it treats its ABC affiliates Wednesday in a letter to the agency.
A stone's throw from the Lion's new lair in Century City, MGM shareholders on Wednesday held an annual meeting long on corporate cheerleading and short on discernible unrest of any sort.
U.S. cosmetics heir Ronald Lauder's Central European Media Enterprises will learn today (Thursday) whether it will get $355 million in compensation from the Czech Republic for failing to protect its…
Carmike Cinemas returned to the black in the first quarter, as the No. 4 U.S. exhib emerged from a period marked by big restructuring costs.
SAG's former communications director Katherine Moore, who was fired in 2000, has sued SAG over being wrongly blamed for allegedly rigging a 1998 national exec committee election.
The Jayson Blair saga is the talk of the media biz and for good reason. Seldom does a young reporter get taken to the woodshed in a 13,800-word package starting on Page One of the Sunday New York…
Television pioneer Roone Arledge’s exploits are legendary. Yet arguably his most daunting professional experience is less well-known: producing ABC’s coverage of the 1972 Olympic Games. In this…