Shares of several cable heavyweights -- most notably Tele-Communications Inc. -- have advanced on the expectation that other ventures involving TV and telephone companies could soon provide an encore…
Larry Irving, President Clinton's choice to head the Commerce Dept. agency that advises the White House on telecommunications, sailed through a Senate Commerce Committee confirmation hearing Monday.
Rentrak Corp. posted a net loss of $ 895,061 (10 cents per share) for the year ended March 31. That compares to a net loss of $ 232,721 (3 cents) in the previous year.
In a move designed to strengthen its already solid balance sheet and position it for further expansion, Savoy Pictures Entertainment Monday announced that it will access the public debt market.
Just two months after recommending purchase of the shares of Turner Broadcasting System, Oppenheimer analyst Jessica Reif has downgraded the stock from a "buy" to a "market performer."
Taking advantage of low interest rates, Time Warner and Paramount Communications made early calls on public debt Monday.
The Underground, a young L.A. production entity that boasts a stable of both live-action and animation talent, is becoming a creative warehouse, bringing award-winning filmmakers from around the…
Disneyland officials have asked for a hearing to dispute allegations it hired illegal immigrants and avoid paying nearly $ 395,000 in penalties to the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Services.
Carlton TV, the new weekday ITV station for London, achieved stronger-than-expected results in its first three months of broadcasting, posting an operating loss of T4.3 million ($ 6.6 million)…
An aspiring actress, allegedly referred by the Screen Actors Guild to a talent agent who sexually attacked her, filed a negligent misrepresentation lawsuit Monday against SAG.
RTL-2 is being courted by five German states, each hoping to become home to the fledgling web. In return, RTL-2 would get coveted terrestrial frequencies.