In a meeting with Vice President Al Gore, creative guild leaders promised Wednesday to cease and desist when it comes to glamorizing smoking in movies and television.
The Federal Communications Commission told a federal court here this week that it is not planning to rescind the ban on owning a newspaper and TV station in the same market --- signaling once again…
Viacom Inc. treasurer Vaughn Clarke, a key figure in the company's capital-raising operations for the past five years, won't renew his contract when it expires Dec. 31, Viacom said Tuesday.
Acting on an anonymous phone tip, the Screen Actors Guild has expelled 17 union members because they faked their resumes when applying for membership.
The online industry and the federal government must cooperate in criminal investigations and public education to ensure the Internet is safe for kids, Vice President Al Gore told attendees at an…
The six major distributors of compact discs have been hit with yet another class-action suit claiming they have conspired to fix prices.
Nimbus CD Intl., arguably the world's largest independent manufacturer and replicator of CDs, CD-ROMs and DVDs, is getting tough on software pirates.
The design of the new Staples Center, the downtown Los Angeles venue designed as a catalyst to revitalize the area, was unveiled Monday.
Live Entertainment and parent company Bain Capital are expected to nail down a deal this week to acquire a minority stake in Ciby 2000. Sources say Live chairman Mike Curcio expects to be winging to…
Universal Studios parent Seagram Co. Ltd. began its long-awaited exit from Time Warner Inc. Wednesday when it sold just over half its 11% stake to a group of institutional investors for about $1.39…