Shandwick Convergence, a new division handling technology companies, has been announced by Rogers & Cowan parent company Shandwick Intl. The move confirms a trend among praiseries to broaden their PR…
Engineering Animation Inc. may be based in the sleepy university town of Ames, Iowa, but its main address and generic name haven't prevented it from becoming, as of Thursday, one of the biggest…
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In another close Writers Guild of America West vote, Michael Mahern has edged out Michael Halperin in a WGAW secretary-treasurer runoff.
Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc.'s net loss shrank from $3.3 million to $274,000 in the September quarter on 13% higher revenue of $124.7 million, it said Thursday.
Satcasters told Congress Thursday that their efforts to offer viable competition in the video marketplace are being stymied by cablers who are trying to corner the market on valuable sports…
In a move that has brought the brightest hope yet to end the Writers Guild war, the WGA West board has voted unanimously to ask the Eastern wing to decide on a compromise proposal.
The cable industry's failure to put a lid on rising subscriber fees has Congress wondering whether it should take another shot at regulating rates.
United Artists Theater Circuit Inc. is to sell most of its remaining Southeast Asian interests to its partner in the ventures, Pacific Media of the U.K., for $8.1 million, it said Thursday.
The New Media Council, established last June to serve as a "think tank" and information exchange forum for those engaged in the creation, production and distribution of new media content and…
Time Warner has linked with the regional government of Madrid to build its biggest theme park to date in Europe, a $340 million leisure complex at San Martin de la Vega, 15 miles south of the Spanish…
Alleging bad faith, broken promises and outright fraud, Samuel Goldwyn Jr. went to court Wednesday, seeking to undo agreements he signed with John Kluge's Metromedia and to halt MGM from distributing…