A spokesperson for the German media heavyweight Bertelsmann AG denied reports in the German daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung that it plans to buy U.S. publisher McGraw-Hill Inc.
Death Row Records co-founder Marion (Suge) Knight must answer questions about the label's finances when attorneys interview him in prison next month, a judge ruled.
CanWest Global Communications Corp. has agreed to buy New Zealand's third-largest radio network, More FM, for NZ$33 million ($22 million) in cash.
Think Jeffrey Katzenberg's case against the Walt Disney Co. is a slam dunk? Think again. Despite the pro-Katzenberg buzz, a recent analysis of the court file suggests otherwise.
Andrew Varela will launch a new Los Angeles-based division of Western Intl. Media called Western Product Placement.
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. won its fourth consecutive Dentsu Advertising Grand Award last week for its superior performance in its overall advertising campaign. The electronics giant picked…
Former "Seinfeld" scribe Carol Leifer has prevailed in a lawsuit that accused her of lifting an idea from a short film for the subplot of an episode of the hit NBC sitcom.
With the breach-of-contract case against John Travolta headed for trial July 14, lawyers are again asking that perennial Hollywood question: "When's a deal a deal?"
Viacom Inc. completed the sale Wednesday of its radio station group to Evergreen Media Corp. and Chancellor Broadcasting Co. for $1.07 billion, giving Viacom cash to reduce its $9.7 billion debt…
Bertelsmann AG will dilute its 50% share in CLT-Ufa, Europe's largest TV and radio house, in a deal bringing in German newspaper group Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung (WAZ), it was confirmed Tuesday.