AFTRA and the recording industry have been continuing negotiations over a new recording contract, with the current contract's expiration now extended for more than a year.
Argentine cabler Multicanal, struggling to get creditors to participate in an offer to restructure the $525 million in debt that it defaulted on last year, has extended the deadline to Friday.
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Founding partners Steven Beer and Larry Rudolph will shutter their Gotham-based entertainment and media law firm Rudolph & Beer on July 31.
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