The Nevada Supreme Court seemed unconvinced Wednesday by arguments that alleged suicide messages on an album by a British rock group could have caused two Sparks men to shoot themselves.
A ban against shooting films or TV shows in New Jersey courthouses was lifted Wednesday by the state's Chief Justice Robert N. Wilentz.
Struggling Dutch electronics giant Philips has gloomily conceded that its main European markets are showing no signs of improvement.
Legislation was offered Wednesday by Rep. Bill Hefner (D-N.C.) that would reinstate the Fairness Doctrine, a former FCC rule that required broadcasters to air both sides of a controversial issue.
The first quarter of 1993 resulted in a 5.4% growth in residuals earnings, compared to first-quarter 1992, for members of the Writers Guild of America West.
Independent producer/distributor New Line Cinema Wednesday reported significantly improved first-quarter operating results.
Taking the concept of a school fund-raiser to a higher level, Whittle Communications is after Paramount Communications, the Walt Disney Co. and other corporations to back its ambitious proposal for a…
The latest entrant to the multimedia market, 3DO Inc., was a tremendous hit with investors on Tuesday, which puts an enormous stamp of approval on this new market.
House Majority Leader Richard Gephardt on Tuesday offered a resolution that recognizes the important role copyright industries such as motion pictures and sound recordings play in lessening the trade…
A federal judge has ordered ESPN to rehire a former secretary who was fired six years ago after refusing to accept a demotion when her boss's job was eliminated.
French pay-TV Canal Plus announced Tuesday that first-quarter consolidated revenue is up 12% over 1992.