Accusing KCBS-TV of violating a 1988 Hispanic hiring agreement, National Hispanic Media Coalition president Esther Renteria has vowed to file a Federal Communications Commission complaint in 30 days…
French pay TV giant Canal Plus has reported net profit for 1993 rose to 1.2 billion francs ($ 206 million), an 8.9% increase from the previous 12 months.
Hoping to take a big megabyte out of the interactive business, a Silicon Valley law firm and a ritzy showbiz legal shop have joined forces to create a team of specialists to service customers…
Disney prexy Rich Frank has scheduled visits to the Federal Communications Commission today to lobby for a relaxation of the primetime access rule. Sources said Frank will meet with Reed Hundt, the…
Pearson, the expansionist British mediagroup, has staked its claim to become a major player in the interactive entertainment market by agreeing to pay $ 462 million for the Northern California firm…
Gov. Pete Wilson has made a plea to the People's Republic of China to enforce copyright laws protecting movies, books, computer software and music created in the U.S. and shipped abroad.
Because an insufficient number of notes were tendered by the March 31 deadline, Carolco Pictures Inc. must cancel its tender offer and will return all of the 13% senior subordinated notes that were…
A proposed settlement was made public Wednesday to end a class-action lawsuit that accused the largest ticket agencies in California of price-fixing and antitrust violations.
Entertainment stocks foundered along with the rest of Wall Street Wednesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average down 72.27 points to 3,626.75 -- a drop of 2% for the day and 8.8% since the Dow's…
Cable TV operators who've grown weary of rate regulation have more reason to gripe today: the FCC late Wednesday unveiled more than 200 extra pages of rules designed to ensure that cablers meet the…