The opening of the new MGM Grand Hotel marks the third time that a company headed by Kirk Kerkorian has built the largest hotel in Las Vegas and the largest hotel/casino combination in the world. And…
Two consumer groups on Wednesday asked the Federal Communications Commission to limit the national subscriber reach of any one cable TV company to between 10 % and 20%.
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All the action in Las Vegas isn't on the Strip -- it never was. Faced with an abundance of activity from their Las Vegas Boulevard competitors, though, downtown casino operators are fighting back…
Percenterprises Completion Bonding Inc. and Motion Picture Guarantors Ltd. have pooled their operations to build market clout in the completion bond business and end their competition.
The MGM Grand Theme Park plans to sell admittance tickets in advance and restrict the number of people inside at one time in hopes of limiting long lines often found at such parks.
The Citizen's Task Force on TV Violence Wednesday recommended entertainment industry adoption of a code -- patterned after Canada -- that bars showing "gratuitous, dramatized" violence between the…
This is, after all, the resort complex that will feature performances by Barbra Streisand, Frank Sinatra and Kenny Loggins in its three theaters on New Year's Eve.
The FCC has upheld an agency review board's decision earlier this year to renew the license of Fox-owned station KTTV-TV Los Angeles.
Barry Diller's QVC Network Wednesday said Paramount directors have adopted unfair bidding procedures -- a sign that Paramount has yet to squelch criticism that it's playing favorites among suitors.
Vice President Al Gore will headline the Superhighway Summit, a daylong seminar hosted by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Jan. 11 at UCLA's Royce Hall.
Chairman Reed Hundt used his debut meeting at the Federal Communications Commission Monday to announce formation of a new cable TV enforcement division, and the FCC also asked 35 cable operators to…