Four Canadian TV and satellite industry players launched a C$100 million ($64 million) lawsuit Monday to try to stop satellite TV piracy in the Great White North.
Sales of DVD players, digital TVs and other digital video devices increased strongly in August and September despite a poor economy, the Consumer Electronics Assn. said.
A judge on Friday set aside much of this summer's tentative ruling in the Winnie the Pooh case, which will further delay the already 12-year-old trial.
Lachlan Murdoch defended News Corp.'s profit initiatives and populist approach to journalism on Friday in front of an aud of 750 newsies and media executives.
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's broadcast company Mediaset has reportedly joined producer Haim Saban and French TV group TF1 in their bid for the assets of insolvent Teutonic TV giant…
The elected leaders of the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists have taken a key step toward resolving sticky jurisdictional issues with the Screen Actors Guild.
The legal fight between Michael Ovitz and his former film production prexy has entered the second round.
A nerve-wracking week is looming for Vivendi Universal chief Jean-Rene Fourtou.
Gunter Thielen, chief exec of German media group Bertelsmann, expects a hike in earnings in 2002 as restructuring of its music business and book clubs continues.
With its cool pastel decor and a wacky menu that included Chicken in Coca Cola, the Korova was one of Paris' most fashionable restaurants.
Online movie seller Intertainer said it will shut down next week to conserve resources for its antitrust lawsuit against competitor Movielink and the three studios backing that service.