Former junk bond king Michael Milken appears to be cutting his ties to the new media business, revealing late Friday that he had sold about one-third of his holding in the troubled computer games…
For the first time since 1995, Congress is not trying to figure out a way to turn out the lights on public broadcasting.
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More than half a million visitors are expected to attend this year's Intl. Consumer Electronics & Media Fair (IFA), which takes place Saturday through Sept. 7 in Berlin.
Cost-cutting efforts and strong overseas sales helped boost Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.'s profits and revenues for the first fiscal quarter of 1997.
South Africa's premier exhib, Ster-Kinekor, is expanding into Europe with a plan to build 30 multiplexes over the next three years. The move represents a $150 million investment and is the company's…
The chief executive officer of the planned Walt Disney Concert Hall said he will resign so that others can take over fundraising efforts.
Media mogul Leo Kirch, under investigation for tax evasion by Munich public prosecutors, denied the accusations against him on Wednesday.
Endemol Entertainment, adding another sideline to its growing portfolio of entertainment interests, in December plans to open ShowBizCity, a 12,000-square-meter Dutch answer to U.S.-launched film…
Planet Hollywood is coming to the furthermost reaches of its galaxy --- Auckland, New Zealand.
Hoping to establish a platform for consolidation in the exhibition industry, investment firms Kohlberg Kravis Roberts and Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst lead a group of at least five bidders aggressively…
ABC Radio's six-month experiment with female-skewed talkradio ended Tuesday when KTZN-AM --- a.k.a. "the Zone" --- abruptly changed format to a 24-hour programming mix aimed at kids under 12 dubbed…