Eugenio Quaglia, a veteran RAI exec who most recently held the position of vice director of administration and finance, has been appointed president of the Italo pubcaster's international sales…
Stabbing a line drive before it could reach the outfield, News Corp. and its cable sports partner --- Tele-Communications Inc. affiliate Liberty Media --- put on a united front Monday in declaring…
The FCC took the first step toward setting a standard for the so-called V-chip that one day will allow almost every TV set sold in the U.S. to block programming based on its content rating.
Italy's media tycoon and political right-wing opposition leader Silvio Berlusconi will stand trial Jan. 21 in Milan on charges of tax evasion and fraud, officials said Monday.
Toshiba Corp. announced Monday it will launch the world's first compact digital videodisc (DVD) player in the Japanese market in November.
Where do gospel singers, rocket scientists, magazine editors and shopping mall architects share the same stage?
The Walt Disney Co. must pay $10.3 million in damages to European publishing and licensing firm Marsu, a U.S. District Court judge ruled Friday.
Steering a conservative course for pubcaster NHK's conversion to digital transmission, president Katsuji Ebisawa said Japan might not be able to support three consumer direct satellite platforms.
Viacom chairman Sumner Redstone's firing of Frank Biondi has turned out to be the best thing that could have happened to Biondi --- financially and career-wise.
On Friday, one day after the East wing of the Writers Guild dropped a bomb on Hollywood, the union appeared nonplused and uncertain what to do next.