There's a convergence happening between hardware and software in the entertainment business, says Nathan Myhrvold, vice president/advanced technology and business development of Microsoft Corp.
Dissatisfied with the less than super performance of Marvel Entertainment's stock in recent months, Ronald Perelman's MacAndrew & Forbes yesterday announced that it plans to make a cash tender offer…
Perelman offer for another 20% of Marvel $ 300 million Ronald Perelman's MacAndrew & Forbes plans to make a cash tender offer to buy up to 11 million common shares of Marvel Entertainment, which…
In a surprise move, Judge Judith Chirlin yesterday dropped ICM from the "Boxing Helena" suit, leaving actress Kim Basinger as the sole defendant.
In order to make a profit this fiscal year, Image Entertainment Inc. is trimming its work force and tightening its belt.
A presidential commission last week recommended the consolidation of all U.S. government international broadcasting under the U.S. Information Agency and the phasing out of Radio Free Europe and…
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge appointed a receiver last week to settle a dispute between "Deadfall" producer Ted Fox, distributor Trimark Pictures and The Completion Bond Co. that could turn…
Entertainment industry officials have sent a red flag to state legislators, asking for a speedy amendment to a new law that curbs the number of hours teenagers can work.
Century Communications Corp. said $ 187 million of its senior discount notes due 2003 will be offered through Lehman Brothers. Non-callable notes will ultimately generate $ 444 million to investors…
Prism Entertainment Corp. has sued Capital Cities ABC Video Enterprises Inc. for allegedly breaching an exclusive two-year homevideo distribution agreement by giving rights to "The Amy Fisher Story"…
Reports continue to circulate in D.C. that Senate communications subcommittee counsel Toni Cook will be President Clinton's pick to chair the Federal Communications Commission. Cook said Thursday…