Morton L. Lapides Sr. has resigned from the board and severed all ties with San Francisco-based Winterland Prods. The move is the latest chapter in Lapides' run at the helm of the merchandising…
Two days after a Baltimore court ruled in favor of Sinclair Broadcast Group, Los Angeles Superior Court has issued a stay in UPN's lawsuit challenging the station group's planned affiliate switch to…
The malpractice suit filed against veteran entertainment lawyer Frank Rothman by a disgruntled client has been settled.
Tele-Communications Inc. stock soared $2 to its highest point in the past year Tuesday after TCI president Leo Hindery gave an upbeat presentation to investors and revealed that the cabler had…
Al Teller has stepped down as prexy and CEO of Alliance Entertainment and will be replaced by Eric Weisman, the company's chief operating officer, who picks up president and CEO titles as part of the…
Management at pubcaster France Television is edging its way toward an agreement with staffers at regional public broadcaster France 3. The agreement would end an eight-day strike that has so far cost…
Live Entertainment and the Bouygues Group have broken off discussions on Live's proposed acquisition of Ciby 2000, the film company subsid of the Gallic construction firm.
A Denver judge ruled Wharf Holdings, the parent company of Wharf Cable, in contempt Friday for failing to turn over assets to cable operator United Intl. Holdings (UIH).
Microsoft Corp. got one large step closer to universal acceptance on the professional graphics front Monday when it announced plans to jointly develop drivers and other software with one-time enemy…
Internet pornography will top the Senate Commerce Committee's agenda when Congress returns from its long winter recess.