The Screen Actors Guild has put off its showdown with talent agents for at least a month.
MGM could be in line for a significant windfall after swapping litigation with a unit of insurance giant AIG that unsuccessfully sought to drop coverage of the studio due to a 3-year-old court fight…
Under pressure to show his hand, Federal Communication Commission chairman Michael Powell is skedded to call for an official vote next week and begin the much-anticipated overhaul of ownership rules…
The Writers Guild of America West has strongly supported the DGA in its fight with CleanFlicks, the Colorado retailer that cuts sex, violence and foul language from movies it rents.
Reaping the benefits of belt-tightening measures instituted last year, German media giant Bertelsmann swung to a half-year operating profit (before interest, taxes and amortization) of 157 million…
Merger talks between News Corp.'s Italian digital platform Stream and Vivendi Universal's Telepiu started up again this week -- with Rupert Murdoch attempting to knock down Telepiu's $1.5 billion…
When Viacom and CBS reunited under one corporate roof in 2000, no one bothered to vacate a federal court decree actually preventing officers, directors or major shareholders of the Eye from sitting…
Film rights dealer Splendid Medien has ended the first half of 2002 with a net loss of $9.4 million, despite increasing sales 48% to $19.4 million
A London arbitration court began hearing arguments on Monday to determine the financial award the Czech Republic must pay Central European Media Enterprises for failing to protect its investments in…
In another slap in the face for American Online, AOL Latin America said Friday it has received a delisting notice from the Nasdaq for failing to meet the exchange's requirement of $35 million in…
Embattled Gemstar-TV Guide Intl. said Friday the U.S. Intl. Trade Commission has declined to review a previous judgment against the company in a patent infringement lawsuit.