German private web Pro 7 is in the black in its fifth year of operation, announced chief Georg Kofler at a confab.
Jim Mooney resigned as president and CEO of the National Cable TV Assn. Thursday, mainly because he could not prevent Congress from legislating the harshest regulatory bill in the history of cable.
Los Angeles Superior Court has granted Columbia Pictures and TriStar Pictures a temporary restraining order barring a "professional gate-crasher" from premieres and advance screenings of their films…
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Scott Neeson, general manager of Australian distrib Hoyts Fox Columbia TriStar films, is moving to L.A. as marketing VP of 20th Century Fox Intl.
The California Arts Council has survived this year's budget cuts with only a 15% cut in administrative expenses: The agency's total state budget is set at $ 12.3 million, approximately $ 309,000 less…
Struggling Dutch electronics giant Philips N.V. will bolster its half-year results by including the 3.09 billion guilder ($ l.62 billion) sale of its 35% stake in Matsushita Electric Corp.
Continuing Time Warner's companywide refinancing effort, subsidiary Six Flags Entertainment announced Thursday that it will redeem all of its outstanding $ 164 million aggregate principal amount of…
The marriage between Showscan Corp. and Omni Films Intl. Inc. is off. On Thursday, the two companies terminated a letter of intent to merge.
Regal Cinemas raised $ 19.5 million in a public offering. The offering was for 1.5 million shares at $ 13 a piece. The proceeds, the company said, will go to retiring debt. The Knoxville-based…
Irrespective of setbacks in his move on Hong Kong's television scene, Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. has formally taken up the 15% foreign ownership limit in the float of Australia's Seven Network. And…
Rupert Murdoch was given a bankruptcy court's permission to run the New York Post for another 60 days, a day after winning FCC approval to own the tabloid.