Times Mirror Co. completed its two-part sale of four broadcast television stations to Argyle Television Holdings Inc. The company said the second part of the deal consisted of the sale of CBS…
Top execs from the entertainment, cable and telephone industries will be meeting with Vice President Al Gore today and Friday for briefings on the White House information superhighway road map.
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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers may have been the Christmas season's hottest toys, but the newest crime-fighting superheroes, Biker Mice From Mars, have also attracted the interest of major studios…
Michael Eisner didn't get a bonus in Walt Disney Co.'s most recent fiscal year, but the chairman and CEO of the company walked away with more than $ 200 million nonetheless.
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. Monday formally announced completing its planned financial restructuring, which includes a shift of $ 960 million in debt onto a newly created subsidiary outfit.
Harter Manning Woo president Patricia Woo said the literary agency has changed its name to the Triton Agency and has moved from Los Angeles offices to Century City.
Distiller Seagram Co. Ltd. said it raised its stake in Time Warner Inc. by almost a full percentage point to 10.4%.
It seems federal regulators have had quite enough of radio personality Howard Stern: They're heading straight for where it hurts most -- the pocketbook of his employer, Infinity Broadcasting.
Viacom is expected to announce -- perhaps as early as today -- an enhanced bid for Paramount Communications Inc., which has agreed to be acquired by hostile bidder QVC Network for about $ 9.7 billion.
Walt Disney Co.'s chairman said in an interview he didn't rule out closing its troubled Euro Disney theme park in France if the U.S. parent and creditor banks don't devise a restructuring plan.
The management of KMPC-AM has confirmed to staff that the station will be sold to Capital Cities/ABC, reportedly for $ 18 million to $ 20 million.
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