In a move that better positions it for the 21st century, veteran specialized-markets advertising firm Davis & Grimaldi is joining forces with SCM+A, a high-technology ad agency, to create a…
The Federal Communications Commission took a bold and historic step Tuesday when it proposed to sell as many as 90 licenses to operate TV stations.
AB Barrandov general manager Pavel Prerovsky ankled the firm Tuesday. Prerovsky was the man behind the ouster of previous Barrandov chief Vaclav Marhoul last spring.
After a difficult and lengthy power struggle, Random House publisher and president Harold M. Evans has stepped down to take over as vice chairman of Mort Zuckerman's publications company, it was…
Broadcasters, TV-set makers and kidvid advocates told the Federal Communications Commission Monday how the V-chip should work.
News Corp. stock rose 50¢ to $21 Monday after Saudi Prince al-Waleed bin Talal revealed he had acquired 5% of the media conglomerate's stock for $400 million.
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), chairman of the Senate committee on telecommunications and a potential candidate for President of the U.S., told an audience of TV executives that he's talking to the…
ABC, CBS and other broadcasters filed a petition at the FCC last week that calls for an overhaul of the agency's assignment of digital TV channels. The proposed revisions are so extensive that they…
Minerva Theaters, Holland's third-largest exhibitor, has been taken over by Haig Balian, a longtime Dutch industry leader, and Jan Willem Verhoef, a financial consultant.
In support of projectionists alleging unfair treatment, IATSE officials plan to hold a press conference today in Washington, D.C., to launch a boycott of all Regal Cinemas theaters.