The Clinton administration appears to have fumbled again in its efforts to nominate a replacement for FCC chairman Reed Hundt.
The Clinton administration's latest pick for FCC commissioner, Gloria Tristani, is "probably a middle-of-the-roader" when it comes to the First Amendment, but she claims no pre-conceived notions when…
The White House is warning Republicans that it has "serious problems" with a pending budget bill that hands broadcasters a multibillion-dollar slice of airwaves for free, while also loosening the…
The long overdue shakeout among Oz's five loss-making feevee carriers finally happened Friday, when an agreement to merge Rupert Murdoch's Foxtel cabler and embattled satcaster Australis Media's…
Planet Hollywood and AMC Entertainment announced Thursday a joint venture to develop and operate a chain of complexes that combine moviegoing, dining and retail shopping.
The National Assn. of Broadcasters has once again written Vice President Gore to complain about the appointment of Washington pundit Norman Ornstein to a commission charged with drawing up public…
The White House has abandoned its first choice for chairman of the Federal Communications Commission and will now nominate William Kennard to replace FCC topper Reed Hundt, sources confirmed Thursday.
Regal Cinemas Inc. increased net profit 36% to $7.8 million on 30% higher revenues of $78.2 million in the second quarter, it said Thursday, but Regal is hoping for a better performance in the third…
Televisa posted better-than-expected second-quarter results, particularly in light of a so-so first quarter, prompting a 3.7% increase in the stock price.
Corinne Bouygues went on vacation this week, but not before she had resigned from the TF1 television network her father bought in 1987.