ABC Entertainment president Ted Harbert paused during his presentation to affiliates Thursday to make a policy statement about TV violence -- namely, that the web will work to keep levels to "an…
There seems to be a Fox studio expansion truce in the offing.
Donna Douglas filed a $ 200 million suit against Whoopi Goldberg and Bette Midler, their production companies, Creative Artists Agency, Walt Disney Pictures and others Thursday, alleging the film…
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer said Thursday it will make its $ 14.4 million interest payment due Tuesday on the $ 136.5 million 13% subordinated debt. The notes mature in 1996, at which time U.S. banking laws…
Media giant Bertelsmann expects revenues to continue to climb during the current fiscal year, despite Germany's growing recession. Worldwide, the conglomerate expects revenues to rise by 1 billion…
Telephone companies are opposing sweeping legislation offered this week by Sens. Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii) and John Danforth (R-Mo.) that contains a provision allowing telcos to offer cable TV service…
The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences has announced a health insurance purchasing cooperative.
A Dusseldorf court has rejected a motion to revoke Vox's license.
Hollywood talent agent Wallace Kaye was sentenced Wednesday to five years and four months in jail for sexual attacks on 11 actresses and models.
Legislation that would prohibit public schools from using Channel One, a controversial news-and-features program that includes advertisements, passed the Senate Wednesday on its second try.
The Senate Appropriations Committee agreed late Tuesday to provide $ 11.5 million in emergency funding to help the Federal Communications Commission administer the 1992 Cable Act.