Fairness Doctrine legislation is likely to be passed and signed into law by President Clinton, congressional staffers told broadcasters at the NAB convention Monday.
Interim FCC chairman James Quello Monday urged the Clinton administration and Congress to keep out of the battle over financial interest and syndication rules.
The Federal Communications Commission has asked Rupert Murdoch for more details on his bid to buy the New York Post, throwing a wrench into the News Corp. chairman's plans.
MGM may be ditching its historic Culver City roots for a new Santa Monica roost next month, but has it finally turned the corner on a troublesome past?
A long-awaited audit of the five-year EC Media initiative, which is designed to support Europe's film and TV industries, will recommend that Media continues beyond its current 1995 expiry date.
Marketing guru Mark Lipsky has inked a deal to join Baker/Winokur/Ryder as senior veepee, the firm announced Friday.
A conflict-of-interest suit brought against the law firm of Ziffren, Brittenham & Branca by former Prince manager Steve Fargnoli was dismissed Friday. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Ronald E…
Capitol Multimedia has raised $ 6.78 million from the sale of new equity. A total of $ 6 million was raised in an offering sold to overseas investors. Another $ 780,000 was raised through the…
Sedona Records has filed suit against Bertelsmann Music Group, its Zoo Entertainment label and label prexy Lou Maglia, alleging breach of contract in their joint-venture agreement.
South Korea's new minister of trade says his government is determined to pass legislation stiffening penalties against video and record pirates.
Multimedia posted a net income of $ 29.5 million (77 cents a share), for the first quarter, compared to a net profit of $ 10.4 million (28 cents) in the same quarter last year.