Carole E. Handler is joining the 350-attorney Kaye, Scholer, Fierman, Hays & Handler firm as co-chair of its entertainment group, based in Los Angeles.
Alphastar, the smallest, most precariously funded of the direct broadcast satellite distributors, finally ceased operation on Aug. 8, leaving high and dry about 51,000 satellite dish owners.
Tele-Communications Inc. began to show early signs of a turnaround in the second quarter, on Friday reporting a 16% increase in cash flow to $706 million on 7% higher revenue of $1.6 billion.
In response to an application by the producers of "Wrongfully Accused" and the dramatic TV series "Sleepwalkers," the British Columbia Labor Relations Board issued an interim order Thursday that the…
Bill Gates' billion-dollar investment in Comcast Corp. could unleash a flood of software money into the cable industry.
Rogers Communications Inc., Canada's biggest cable television company, shaved its losses in the second quarter, but it's hardly out of the financial woods yet.
Net revenue in the first half of 1997 jumped 11% at Modern Times Group from 1996, but losses continued to pile up as the broadcast and entertainment arm of Swedish conglom Kinnevik prepares to spin…
Michael Ross has been named senior VP of business affairs at the WB TV Network.
The Rank Group has posted disappointing results for the six months ended June 30, largely attributed to a decrease in video duplication volumes.
Continuing their efforts to improve production conditions, top officials of the industry's largest below-the-line union want to remind members of the union's commitment to health and safety.