Mexico's Congress asked the government Wednesday to put the cable-only Congress Channel, the local equivalent of C-SPAN, on terrestrial television.
Larry Thorpe, a longtime Sony exec who headed up the electronics giant's move into high-definition camera technology, is joining Canon's broadcast lens division.
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Sony Corp. has failed in an attempt to dismiss a false-advertising lawsuit filed by moviegoers who saw films endorsed by a fake critic concocted by a studio employee.
Digital media content and technology company RealNetworks saw continued growth in its online subscription services in the fourth quarter, but couldn't translate that to the bottom line, as its net…
A federal judge in Gotham has postponed testimony by Douglas Faneuil, the key witness against Martha Stewart and her broker Peter Bacanovic, after a new document raised questions about the story…
Support is growing in Congress to force TV and radio broadcasters to watch their mouths or employ the bleep button.
SAG and AFTRA have beaten the WGA to the negotiating table. The actors unions will begin negotiations with studios and nets on Tuesday morning at the Los Angeles headquarters of the Alliance of…
Carmine Caridi, the actor whose Oscar screeners are alleged to have made their way onto the Internet, may have escaped criminal charges, but he'll soon face his day in court.
Cheered by what it sees as signs of an advertising recovery, publisher-broadcaster Tribune Co. on Wednesday reported fourth-quarter 2003 profits up a hefty 75%. Increase was due in large part to a…
CBS felt compelled to offer a detailed defense of its policy on advocacy advertising after Democrats on Capitol Hill drubbed the Eye net for refusing to air an anti-Bush ad during the Super Bowl.
Time Warner chairman-CEO Richard Parsons praised the conglom's 14 Golden Globe nods and predicted, "We are going to be the big winners at this year's Oscars" -- even as investors slammed the stock…