American exhibitor Cinemark is making a major push to build hardtops in Chile and Mexico, as the first steps toward an ambitious expansion program in Latin America.
Ad placement agency Foote, Cone & Belding has nabbed a major new account: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
The former head of the production sound department at The Burbank Studios has sued the studio and the film companies that own it for suing him two years ago without good cause.
A cash infusion from MGM apparently has helped Carolco leave its union troubles behind.
MBA alert: You are no longer the target of a massive Hollywood talent search.
U.S. Telephone Assn. prez John Sodolski is urging House telecommunications subcommittee chairman Ed Markey (D-Mass.) to hold a "full and fair hearing" on whether local telephone companies should be…
A federal judge this week denied Time Warner and Discovery Communications' bid to halt immediate implementation of key parts of the new cable law, but said the cablers will have ample opportunity to…
The Federal Communications Commission next week is expected to seek comment from parties to the fin-syn case on how the agency should rewrite rules a Chicago court tossed out as "unreasoned and…
The estate of Steven J. Ross will get millions of dollars including the late Time Warner Inc. chairman's salary for the next three years under terms of his contract with the media and entertainment…
Spelling Entertainment Group Inc. said its subsidiary Aaron Spelling Productions Inc. is calling for redemption of the remaining $ 12.5 million principal amount of its outstanding 12.25% subordinated…
Broad-based group Hoyts Entertainment has slashed its high debt levels by separating itself financially from its debt-laden sister company FM Australia (previously Hoyts Media).