Electronic Ticket Marketing, which this year has been the primary ticket outlet for Dodgers baseball, is hoping consumers' familiarity with automatic teller machines will translate into a widespread…
A group of vocal opponents to the Screen Actors Guild's proposed commercials contract picketed the union headquarters Friday, attacking the new pact for failing to include any significant payments…
Media giants Leo Kirch and Bertelsmann AG appear to be nearing an agreement for combining pay TV webs Premiere and DF1. Cooperation between DF1 and Premiere would give digital television a much…
Senate Commerce Committee chairman John McCain (R-Ariz.) accused the House Commerce Committee of creating a "loophole" that would allow broadcasters to hoard valuable TV spectrum until well into the…
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. has begun discussions with Wall Street firms about the timing of an initial public stock offering, amidst suggestions from some parts of the company that it should go public…
Claiming her religious beliefs and marriage vows prevent her from playing romantic scenes, an actress has sued the producers of "Good News," a new United Paramount Network series, for allegedly…
FCC Commissioner Rachelle Chong formally asked chairman Reed Hundt Thursday to delay a vote to decide if the agency should conduct its own inquiry into liquor advertising on TV.
New York's attorney general has found a secret weapon in the fight against crime in the music industry: Hootie and the Blowfish.
Now that News Corp., has agreed to buy International Family Entertainment, one big question remains unanswered: What happens to MTM Entertainment?
In an effort to bring the current talks over a new program labeling system to a speedy resolution, the White House is planning a meeting next week that will include kidvid advocates and broadcasters…