Adelphia Communications, struggling under a mountainous debt load exacerbated by its Nasdaq delisting, will hold a board meeting Saturday to review the proposed sales of some of its cable systems.
Brian Henson, helming son of the late Jim Henson, is ankling as chairman of the namesake family-entertainment company his father founded.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. confirmed Thursday that it is in talks with Vivendi Universal to buy out Viv U's Italian paybox Telepiu.
They didn't grease up a guillotine, but Jean-Marie was fitted for handcuffs. Against a backdrop of speculation of a palace revolt, embattled Vivendi Universal chief Jean-Marie Messier remained firmly…
While Marvel's wall crawler "Spider-Man" continues to rack up summer grosses for Sony, Fox has added a Nightcrawler to its Marvel franchise "X-Men."
Reprising his role as a thorn in Hollywood's side, Sen. Joseph Lieberman (D-Conn.) is cozying up with top Silicon Valley execs who are in a fierce battle with the Motion Picture Assn. of America and…
AOL Time Warner's Dick Parsons listened carefully when Stephen Ross -- not Time Warner creator Steven J. Ross but another of the same name -- pitched him the idea for a Columbus Circle headquarters…
Martin Heldmann, co-founder of distrib-producer Helkon Media, is stepping down as CEO, the company announced on Wednesday.
Showing strong support for Hollywood on the runaway production front, the California State Assembly has backed tax credit legislation for projects filmed in California.
To drum up more business, upcoming syndie "We the Jury" is willing to work pro bono on the weekends.
The state of California has reiterated its stance against "pay to audition" casting workshops, three months after warning operators of those workshops that they're breaking the law by charging actors…