The National Hispanic Media Coalition will announce today that it has filed petitions with the Federal Communications Commission to deny the license renewal applications of 10 Southern California…
At a hearing Monday, a federal judge scheduled the retrial of former Carolco CEO Peter Hoffman on criminal tax fraud counts for Jan. 20. U.S. District Court Judge John Davies also denied a defense…
Tribune Entertainment Co. is moving into the longform arena, signing a domestic distribution pact with Patchett Kaufman Entertainment.
Elstree Studios, thought near death until a year and a half ago, will expand with two 15,000-square-foot soundstages with 50-foot ceilings, upping the studio's capacity by 150%.
Barry Diller's HSN Inc. on Friday withdrew the cash alternative in its $300 million offer for the outstanding 49.9% of Ticketmaster Group Inc., just as Ticketmaster appointed a special committee of…
Personal manager and Red Ant Records prexy Randy Phillips has filed a $5 million lawsuit against MCA/Universal claiming he was made prexy of MCA Records only to have the post withdrawn when the…
ASCAP has reached a settlement with religious broadcasters, thus breaking a logjam in Congress over legislation on copyrights for musical works published before 1978.
A 24-hour grievance strike by a technical union left ABC unable to cover a major golf tournament Saturday, the first preemption based on a work stoppage in the network's history.
Dallas LBO firm Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst has emerged as the leading candidate to acquire United Artists Theatre Circuit, the No. 2 exhib circuit, at a price that could reach $900 million, Wall…
Yugoslavia's first multiplex could be opening its doors in Belgrade as early as July 1998, developed jointly by U.S. operators Golden Ring Entertainment (GRE), which runs Moscow's successful Kodak…