Barry Diller's HSN Inc.'s proposed $209 million acquisition of billionaire Paul Allen's controlling stake in Ticketmaster Group, confirmed Tuesday, drew immediate fire from major entertainment money…
The Writers Guild of America will hold a weeklong conference in Maui in August to bring scribes together with industry leaders to discuss topics in the industry.
Read the book! See the movie! Compare the headaches! This summer, the book biz is facing problems that are nearly indistinguishable from those confronting the film industry.
Home Shopping Network chairman Barry Diller has pacted with billionaire Paul Allen to assume Allen's 45% stake in Ticketmaster, according to sources.
Overseas Filmgroup Inc.'s first quarter profits were cut in half, largely due to increased administrative and personnel cost, the company reported.
Sony Corp. and Hitachi Ltd. were approved by the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) and the Osaka Securities Exchange (OSE) on Monday as companies that will be listed for stock option trading as of July 18.
President Clinton announced Monday he wants to extend most-favored-nation trading status to China for another year. The trade policy must still be approved by Congress.
Time Warner won another skirmish in its legal war with Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. Friday, as a federal judge threw out News Corp.'s charge of fraud.
Once again, Congress is using prospective revenue from spectrum auctions to fill billion-dollar holes in the budget deficit.
Kushner-Locke Co. finished the second quarter in the black despite an absence of new feature films and only two network TV episodes, the company reported Friday.