The Senate Appropriations Committee is scheduled to ride to the rescue of the National Endowment of the Arts today with a proposal to approve a $99 million budget for the arts agency.
The FCC ruled this week that cable's Classic Sports Network "has established a prima facie showing" that Cablevision Systems Corp. violated the Communications Act of 1934 by refusing to carry Classic…
Dutch-based Holland Media Group (HMG) is reporting operational profits for fiscal year 1996 of 2 million guilders (approximately $1 million) even though it posted a net after-tax loss of $24 million…
Music distribution firm Alliance Entertainment received bankruptcy court approval Wednesday to obtain $20 million in interim debtor-in-possession financing from a syndicate of banks led by Chase…
The music and motion picture industries lost an early round Thursday in what is sure to be an epic battle concerning copyright law in the digital age.
NBC's effort to go its own way on TV program ratings could run into a roadblock at the Federal Communications Commission, agency chairman Reed Hundt said Wednesday.
B.D. Fox & Friends decided to have a little fun for its 20th anniversary, but the federal government wasn't laughing.
Walt Disney Co. agreed Wednesday to sell Institutional Investor magazine and related businesses to Euromoney Publications plc for $142 million, the companies said.
Undaunted by a cease-fire agreement reached last week between some of their congressional colleagues and the TV industry, a group of U.S. senators used a subcommittee hearing Wednesday to push for…
Time Warner Inc. is reversing course on two of its biggest strategic priorities of the past three years, revealing Wednesday it has abandoned attempts to restructure its Time Warner Entertainment…