Entertainment unions are in the midst of an era of mergers. As businesses merge into conglomerates, so do unions, matching muscle with muscle.
Time Warner sold innovative bonds Friday in what Wall Street expects will be the largest transaction completed by the company to liquidate some of its stock stakes and raise fresh cash.
Home Shopping Network reported net earnings of $ 5.8 million (7 cents per share), for three months ending Nov. 30. The earnings are down 55% from $ 13.1 million(15 cents ) in the comparable period…
A U.S. district court in Los Angeles has awarded Victorville broadcaster Sunbelt Television nearly $ 1 million in damages from Jones Intercable for the cabler's refusal to carry its signal.
The Federal Trade Commission has dismissed as inappropriate a request that film studios be required to disclose to audiences that they are paid by corporations for product promotions in pix.
The City Planning Commission will hold a public hearing Jan. 11 to consider testimony regarding 20th Century Fox's proposed re-zoning plan for its studio lot in Century City.
Live Time Inc. announced that a total of 175 exhibitors have signed up for the second annual ShowBiz Expo East tradeshow, marking a 30% increase from its first show.
Chicago Judge Richard A. Posner has denied an appeal from Hollywood's fin-syn coalition asking that he reconsider his decision not to step down from the financial interest and syndication case.
Credit Lyonnais has filed a second suit in state court repeating claims made in a federal complaint against former MGM owner Kirk Kerkorian and adding Giancarlo Parretti as a defe ndant.
Barry Diller is back in business. After months of speculation, the former chairman of Fox Inc. has taken a major stake in QVC Network Inc., a leading home-shopping cable channel, for $ 25 million.
The Walt Disney Co., already a force in films, television, amusement parks, music and publishing, will now have a shot at operating a new professional sports team. The company has been awarded a…