The Travel Channel Latin America has opened an office in Mexico City to handle a growing subscriber base and to promote the channel more widely via marketing and coordinated advertising sales and…
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. has donated $500,000 to nonprofit groups and academic institutions, HFPA officials announced.
Insiders said that lawyers for Time Warner and News Corp. are negotiating behind the scenes to settle out of court an antitrust suit filed last year by Rupert Murdoch after Time Warner Cable of New…
As if KABC radio didn't have enough problems in the wake of the public outcry over Michael Jackson's dismissal from his weekday morning time period, the L.A. station is also reportedly being…
Strength at Warner Bros., Turner cable networks and cable systems offset a big downturn at Warner Music and helped Time Warner Inc. report a $30 million net profit for the second quarter, up from a…
Universal Studios, responding to producer requests for more authority in the staffing of specific pics, announced Wednesday that it was slashing its inhouse production staff by 115 full-time jobs in…
NBC's effort to go its own way on TV program ratings could run into a roadblock at the Federal Communications Commission, agency chairman Reed Hundt said Wednesday.
B.D. Fox & Friends decided to have a little fun for its 20th anniversary, but the federal government wasn't laughing.
In a victory for industry freelancers, a bill that would give Los Angeles and other charter cities access to personal tax records has been voted down by the California Senate Appropriations Committee.
Shares of Sony Corp. surged to record highs in Tokyo trading Wednesday, briefly touching a record 10,500 yen. Traders said an easier yen has led to the surge.