After a monthlong break, negotiators for record labels and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists will resume bargaining Tuesday with a contract expiration looming in six days.
Adelphia Communications is said to have lined up $1.5 billion in financing through a consortium of banks, much-needed cash that will keep its businesses operating while it restructures after a…
Vivendi Universal startled financial markets Friday by parking a 12.7% stake in Vivendi Environment with Deutsche Bank after announcing plans several days earlier to definitively unload a big chunk…
Now that the warring factions in the Courtney Love-Universal Music Group suit have begun to hint at the possibility of the once-unthinkable -- a settlement -- music insiders wonder if the industry…
In 1998, only two of America's 50 highest-grossing films were based on a comic book. Last year, there were none, in a list dominated by remakes, sequels and book-based properties. The most successful…
Four months after antitrust watchdogs blocked John Malone's Liberty Media from buying Deutsche Telekom's aging cable network, Germany's public and commercial broadcasters are banding together to…
A landmark court ruling has highlighted legal loopholes in contracts between broadcasters and producers in South Africa.
Pamela McClintock: D.C. Spin
Don't expect Denis Olivennes to resurface in some high-level audiovisual post anytime soon.
The Blockbuster antitrust trial is threatening to become an endurance contest. Jurors occasionally have lost the battle to stay awake as lawyers and witnesses spar over mathematical details of…
A California man has admitted to one count of mail fraud after posing as rightful owner of TV's feline "Garfield and Friends" and collecting more than $328,000 in royalties doled out by the Motion…