Hearst-Argyle Television plans a public offering of 6.8 million new shares, and will use the proceeds to repay debt.
The broadcasting division led the way as the Tribune Co. posted a 20% gain in net income and a 29% jump in cash flow for the third quarter of 1997.
What's scarier than horror movies? Lawsuits over horror movies.
One forgone payday too many prompted a crew walkout Friday on the Culver City set of "Out on My Feet," an indie-financed boxing drama listing Robert De Niro as executive producer, with Barry Primus…
Echostar has filed a complaint at the Federal Communications Commission against Cablevision Systems' programming arm Rainbow Programming, claiming the programmer is charging "discriminatory rates"…
A new generation of Sulzbergers took over leadership of the New York Times Co. on Thursday when its longtime chairman stepped down in favor of his son.
DMG Radio, a subsid of the U.K.'s Daily Mail and General Trust Group, went from being a minor player to owning Oz's largest radio web with last week's A$88 million ($65 million) purchase of the…
New salvos have been fired in the Writers Guild civil war, and this time it's West vs. West. A dissident faction of the Writers Guild of America West plans to file a formal complaint today with the…
Canuck children's TV specialist Cinar Films announced Wednesday that it made major gains in both earnings and revenue during the third quarter, due in part to its takeover of the U.S.
Baker & Hostetler LLP, one of the nation's largest law firms, has opened a new office in Beverly Hills, aiming to expand its entertainment industry-related intellectual property and new media law…