President Bush's Saturday veto of cable reregulation legislation has turned into a hot campaign issue, with the Clinton-Gore camp stridently claiming that Bush nixed the bill to protect his "wealthy…
Time Warner led the most actives list on the New York Stock Exchange on Friday, closing up 1/4 to 23 1/4, but the market headed south, losing 53.76 points Friday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average hit…
Time Warner Entertainment Co. L.P.'s new issue of $ 350 million senior notes due 2012 was rated "BBB--" by Fitch.
Times Mirror Cable Television Inc., a unit of Times Mirror Co. of Los Angeles , acquired the 80% of Community Cablevision that it didn't already own from Irvine Co., a closely held land development…
A federal appeals court reviewing new financial interest and syndication rules adopted by the Federal Communications Commission expressed skepticism here Friday over whether the FCC acted properly in…
Ian Copeland's Frontier Booking Intl. and InterTalent Agency have parted ways over a clash in business styles after being in business for just seven months.
Another handful of unsecured creditors with claims totaling about $ 8.1 million have joined the angry group that pushed Hemdale Film Corp. into an involuntary bankruptcy Sept. 7.
High interest charges have again eroded the profitability of Australia's Amalgamated Holdings, which owns major exhib/distrib the Greater Union Group.
Cable industry foes are claiming that an override of President Bush's expected veto of re-regulation legislation is within reach, barring a last-minute shift of key lawmakers to the cable side.
Spike Lee's legal skirmish over use of the Rodney King videotape was settled out of court yesterday --the film will be released Nov. 20 with the beating footage intact-- but the echoes of his fight…
Capital Cities/ABC prez Daniel Burke yesterday warned federal regulators that the switch to high definition TV could imperil the survival of small stations.