After prompting work stoppages on a movie-of-the-week and an ABC series currently in production, the IATSE has signed three new TV projects to union contracts.
Philips New Media is serving notice that it will do what it takes to become "a very serious player" in the fast-growing, volatile interactive multimedia business.
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Bouyed by "Mrs. Doubtfire" and other film and television successes, revenues for Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. rose 9% to $ A5.8 billion ($ 4.2 billion) in the half-year to Dec. 31.
Wall Street investors are hunkering down to sort matters out after Viacom and QVC Network put in their final bids Tuesday for Paramount Communications.
Fourth-quarter earnings at Blockbuster Entertainment Corp. soared 71% on revenue growth of 66% as the company managed to rent more videos.
Another chapter was written in the sorry Euro Disney saga Wednesday, when the theme-park management reported a 553 million francs ($ 93 million) loss for the first quarter of fiscal 1994.
Westwood One Inc.'s losses held steady in the fourth quarter as the radio programmer posted improving revenue.
Compass Entertainment says the creators of Barney the Dinosaur are hogging the popular prehistoric pet.
Bell Atlantic on Wednesday announced its first alliance with a newspaper publisher -- Knight-Ridder Inc. -- to deliver news, advertising and other information to phone company customers via a…
The Intl. Museum of Humour, part of Gilbert Rozon's Just for Laughs comedy empire, officially closes its doors today after only 10 months in operation.
The Screen Actors Guild named Douglass Bergmann director of research. He will oversee all research and analysis of stats and trends for SAG members.
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