Breaking their silence in order to clarify an ambiguous end to their legal action against Internet Entertainment Group, a World Wide Web-based adult entertainment concern, Pamela Anderson Lee and…
Live Entertainment and the Bouygues Group have broken off discussions on Live's proposed acquisition of Ciby 2000, the film company subsid of the Gallic construction firm.
A Denver judge ruled Wharf Holdings, the parent company of Wharf Cable, in contempt Friday for failing to turn over assets to cable operator United Intl. Holdings (UIH).
Microsoft Corp. got one large step closer to universal acceptance on the professional graphics front Monday when it announced plans to jointly develop drivers and other software with one-time enemy…
Internet pornography will top the Senate Commerce Committee's agenda when Congress returns from its long winter recess.
UPN's attempt to prevent Sinclair Broadcast Group stations from defecting to the WB network received what may prove to be a fatal blow on Monday.
After several weeks of trying to renegotiate singer Toni Braxton's recording contract, attorneys for the LaFace/Arista Records artist have filed a lawsuit against the label seeking to have the court…
Malofilm has a new name but it still has the same bad news to report.
Testifying before the blue ribbon commission on digital television, NBC president Robert Wright said Friday that broadcasters should not have to shoulder additional public interest obligations just…
The two will develop books based on movies, TV shows selected from MGM's total libraries of 4,000 films and 8,200 episodes of TV programming.