Corinne Bouygues went on vacation this week, but not before she had resigned from the TF1 television network her father bought in 1987.
The effort by broadcasters to load the current budget bill with provisions that would deregulate the ownership of TV stations is running into trouble.
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Dutch electronics giant Philips more than doubled its income from ordinary operations in its second quarter, and net profits skyrocketed following a campaign on the part of new Philips president Cor…
Salma Hayek and Antonio Banderas will co-chair the third annual “The Business of Latino Entertainment: Progress & Profit” conference and awards dinner, set for Sept. 10-12 at the Castaway Conference…
President Clinton has tapped outgoing Recording Industry Assn. of America chairman Jason Berman for the White House task force on fast track legislation. Berman will be given the title of special…
Frank L. Davis, a 31-year veteran of MGM, is leaving his position as senior executive VP of business affairs for the MGM and UA units, but will remain at the studio in a consulting capacity, the…
Panasonic has named Peter Fannon to head its Washington lobbying operation.
Will the last one out at Red Ant Entertainment please turn out the lights?
Academy Award nominations for producers usually conjure up images of endless job opportunities and immediate financial success. But Renee Tajima-Pena, one of the producers of the 1988 feature…
Members of the House and Senate Commerce Committees are expected to sign off on a budget plan today that will allow broadcasters to borrow billions of dollars worth of spectrum for free with a…
MGM Grand Inc. has filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission to allow it to borrow up to $1.5 billion in bank credit and more than $2 billion in other forms of subordinated debt to raise…