Madster.com, formerly known as Aimster, Wednesday became the latest online file-swapping network to fall prey to the legal onslaught of the record business.
Longtime actress Doris Roberts blasted Hollywood Wednesday for perpetrating ageism, which she said should be treated like biases against gender and ethnicity.
The National Assn. of Broadcasters Tuesday threw its support behind legislation creating a national Amber Alert system for abducted children, saying TV stations across the country already have helped…
Leading French web TF1 on Wednesday posted a 23.9% drop in consolidated profits to €111.9 million ($111 million) for the first half of 2002.
Marvel Enterprises, its coffers swelled by the success of "Spider-Man," announced Wednesday that it prepaid $10 million of long-term bank debt at the end of August to HSBC Bank USA.
German kidvidder RTV Family Entertainment is reducing the size of its management board as part of restructuring.
Credit Suisse First Boston picked a rather inauspicious time to recommence coverage of the "Big 4" entertainment companies Tuesday, initiating its research of the sector with an overweight rating…
Harsh market conditions continued to batter pan-European broadcaster RTL Group, which posted a 28% drop in operating profit to S197 million ($195 million) in the first half of 2002.
Bankrupt German TV and rights giant Kirch Media will ax 150 jobs, almost one-third of its work force, in the next 18 months as it continues to restructure.
Financially challenged cabler Telewest will cut another 1,000 jobs and reduce spending by a third as it continues to restructure.
The Screen Actors Guild has put off its showdown with talent agents for at least a month.