To the Editor: In the last several weeks, I have been hearing a number of Hollywood community members express their political statements. I have also heard many of you express concern about a…
With the finish line in sight, FCC Chairman Michael Powell's ideas for rewriting media ownership rules seem to be catching on.
Leaders of the Screen Actors Guild have taken the first step toward tightening eligibility requirements for background actors, who comprise nearly 25% of SAG's 98,000 members.
AOL Time Warner will have more than first quarter earnings questions on its hands when it reports financial results today -- the likelihood of a continuing SEC investigation dampened the bittersweet…
Napster may be dead and buried, but two of the big five majors are still looking for piracy payback from the defunct file-swapper's financial backers -- the two top execs at Silicon Valley…
AFTRA and Clear Channel have averted a possible strike and reached a tentative contract deal for about 100 on-air hosts at New York radio stations WLTW, WKTU, WAXQ and WWPR.
A strong showing from TV and radio groups led Montreal-based Astral Media to a 42% boost in quarterly earnings.
There's little doubt about who's got media bragging rights on Wall Street these days, as Viacom on Tuesday offered up an enviable platter of revenue and profit growth figures, ample cash flow and a…
The wraps have finally come off the slugfest between Marvel Characters Inc. and Sony Entertainment over Spider-Man merchandising. On Monday, a state court judge lifted the seal to reveal a $50…
Investors will get their first taste of 2003 vintage earnings this week as Viacom and AOL Time Warner line up to report first-quarter results and possibly offer up a meaty deal or two that may kick…
Cleaning house over at Gemstar TV Guide is proving expensive. Gemstar-TV Guide International will have to fork over some $37 million for the privilege of firing former chief executive Henry Yuen and…