The FCC on Tuesday rescinded a waiver allowing General Telephone Co. of California (GTECA) to build a cable TV service in Cerritos, and ordered a sale of the cable operation within 120 days.
Acting FCC chairman James Quello said Tuesday he's reassessing a plan to allow telephone companies in cities of up to 10,000 people to provide cable TV service.
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In the 20 years since Women in Film was founded, Hollywood women have gone from being secretaries to having them. But as the 2,000-strong nonprofit operation (not to mention the 10,000 members in 25…
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KLSX-FM's caustic Gotham import Howard Stern has once again overtaken KLOS-FM's Mark & Brian in the 6-10 a.m. race, according to the three-month Arbitrend report covering October.
The '70s marked the height of the early women's movement. In Hollywood, Julia Phillips became one of the first women producers to win an Academy Award, Sue Mengers had risen to superagent and there…
In a case that could decide whether authors can profit from those who satirize their work, the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday wrestled with the question of rap group 2 Live Crew's parody of Roy…
Rep. Jack Brooks (D-Texas) has expressed skepticism over the recent wave of media mergers and has given antitrust regulators his blessing to nix the deals.
Michael P. Schulhof, president and CEO of Sony Corp. of America, has been tapped as keynote speaker for the National Assn of Recording Merchandisers' 36th annual convention to be held March 19-22 in…
General Electric Co. chairman Jack Welch said GE had no interest in participating in the takeover fight for Paramount Communications Inc.
Tribune Entertainment Co. chairman Sheldon Cooper is leaving the company to start his own development and consulting business, Cooper Entertainment Co., effective Jan. 1, the company announced.
IATSE officials were outraged Monday by a list of proposals offered by the producers' alliance on the first day of negotiations for a new contract, sources told Daily Variety.