Merging with the Screen Actors Guild was the No. 1 topic this past weekend as the national board of the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists held its biannual plenary session in Century…
John Dean, who spilled the beans on the Watergate scandal, has complained to the Federal Communications Commission that G. Gordon Liddy defamed him on latter's talkshow at Infinity Broadcasting's…
Credit Lyonnais Bank Nederland N.V. has sued Kodiak Films and its owner, Wolf Schmidt, for failing to pay a loan balance of about $ 15.45 million.
The Federal Communications Commission this week will ask the full U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals to rehear the financial interest and syndication rules case.
Sandhurst Assets Inc., a corporation headed by former Giancarlo Parretti partner Giovanni Di Stefano, announced in a press release yesterday it had made a $ 10 million bid for Cannon Pictures.
The Ontario Securities Commission said David Bruce Fingold, Fobasco Ltd. and Slater Industries Inc. have been charged with insider trading in connection with the sale of shares of Cineplex Odeon Corp.
The chairman of Nostalgia Network Inc. is claiming that a fast food franchisee and three of its officers devised a bizarre scheme to get control of his company.
Omni Films International Inc. has received a $ 1.2 million contract for the installation of a 42-seat Motion Master in Bangkok, Thailand.
The future of Studio Babelsberg (formerly DEFA) as a major film studio is shaky. Only one feature production has wrapped on the lot since French investment company CIP bought the 46-hectare lot from…
Gerald M. Levin was handed the final trappings of power yesterday when Time Warner's board of directors elected him chairman of the world's largest entertainment and media company.
In yet another move to get out from under its debt-ridden balance sheet, Time Warner announced yesterday that it will buy back 45 million shares of its Series D preferred stock for $ 2.5 billion.