Blockbuster shareholders withdrew their court effort Wednesday to block the video rental giant's upcoming $ 1.25 billion investment in Viacom, but will instead try to prevent the merger itself.
Rogers Communications Inc. said Pierre Juneau has agreed to act as trustee to hold and vote the shares of Maclean Hunter Ltd., to be acquired by Rogers under its offer to purchase all of Maclean…
Jane Alexander has used her clout as chairwoman of the National Endowment for the Arts to intercede on behalf of the Lula Washington Los Angeles Contemporary Dance Theater after it appeared the…
Claiming the Directors Guild of America is selling out its rank and file to benefit a minority of wealthy directors, a group of angry DGA members have filed a class-action lawsuit to reverse sweeping…
Given the recent collapse of the TCI/Bell Atlantic merger, it wasn't surprising that the viability of how the computer, communications and entertainment industries intersect on the information…
The Federal Communications Commission agreed March 23 to respond to a four-year-old petition asking it to repeal the primetime access rule, which prohibits top-50-market network affiliates from…
France's privatization program suffered a setback as the government informed bidders for state-owned Radio Monte Carlo the sale won't go through as scheduled.
Sen. Paul Simon (D-Ill.) says he will resist passage of anti-TV violence legislation but warns that the issue has become so volatile, he's not sure his efforts will be successful.
An aide to Sen. John Danforth (R-Mo.) predicts that legislation requiring health warnings on beer and wine ads will die in the House of Representatives.
Interactive Network Inc. sued NTN Communications Inc. seeking $ 20 million in damages for claiming in a failed lawsuit that its execs invented technology that Interactive had patented.