In the first two weeks of 2003, media stocks have posted results that would be considered pretty darn good for an entire year.
The fight over media ownership rules travels to Gotham this week, where the first public forum will be held on the impact of Washington's plan to loosen the rules and let the big media congloms get…
Avoiding a public relations problem, Federal Communications Commission chair Michael Powell has agreed to travel to Gotham on Thursday to attend the TV industry's first public hearing on key media…
Marathon Entertainment has sued Nia Vardalos, star and writer of the smash comedy "My Big Fat Greek Wedding," for her alleged failure to pay 15% of her compensation from the film to the management…
JAN. 10 | The DVD buying binge has pushed the home video industry past the $20 billion mark. The shiny little disc sparked growth of about 25% in overall consumer spending on the purchase of movies…
AOL Time Warner will likely spin off its cable systems into a separate publicly traded company in spring, AOL TW chief financial officer Wayne Pace said Thursday.
Marking another high-profile move in the normally stable world of entertainment law, name partner Jared Levine is ankling Nelson, Felker & Levine to join Barnes Morris Klein Mark & Yorn.
Shareholders of bankrupt Adelphia Communications sued the company's board Thursday to force an annual meeting where stockholders unaffiliated with the Rigas family can elect directors of their…
Blockbuster shares soared Thursday following assurances at an investors conference from topper John Antioco that soft holiday rentals rep a one-off disappointment.
The Federal Trade Commission has launched a review of endorsement ad rules governing the way studios can use excerpted portions of film reviews to plug their pics.
RealNetworks has announced that it is the first to offer anti-piracy technology that works not only with its own Internet streaming-media format but also with many of the international standards such…