Marjorie Scardino, chief exec of Pearson, has flatly denied reports of a serious rift between herself and Greg Dyke, the chief exec of Pearson TV.
Time Warner Inc. put seven of its smaller cable systems, serving a total of 154,000 customers, up for sale in a series of deals which could fetch about $300 million.
Billionaire oil man Marvin Davis, who has been scouting for a hotel-casino on the Las Vegas Strip since 1995, has come up with the answer in a joint venture to buy half interest in the Desert Inn…
Just a few months after he was the subject of a "60 Minutes" profile and a couple of weeks after appearing on the cover of the community newspaper New Times, KABC radio's embattled afternoon…
The White House has officially nominated Michael Powell for a Republican vacancy at the Federal Communications Commission.
First lady Hillary Clinton is smokin' over Julia Roberts's nonstop puffing in "My Best Friend's Wedding."
The cavernous South Hall at the L.A. Convention Center on Sunday resembled a studio backlot gone berserk as exhibitors scrambled during the first day of this year's Siggraph computer graphics confab…
Despite serious difficulties in joining the guilds' health and pension plans, AFTRA officials are pushing forward to find a viable alternative that could lead to the completion of the planned merger…
With last week's announcement that News Corp. was given official permission by Major League Baseball to peruse the Los Angeles Dodgers' financial records as the next step in the team's proposed sale…
The Justice Dept. on Friday approved Microsoft Corp.'s $425 million acquisition of WebTV Networks, pointing to competition in the business of connecting home televisions to the Internet.