Egypt plans a massive Hollywood-style film and TV production center on a 500 -acre tract of government-donated land about 10 miles from the great pyramids of Giza.
In a whopper of a win for the Big Three networks and Fox Broadcasting Co., a Chicago court yesterday rejected new financial interest and syndication rules adopted by the Federal Communications…
LIN Broadcasting Corp. reported net losses for third quarter and nine months ended Sept. 30, partially from interest expenses and non-cash charges. For the quarter, net losses narrowed to $ 23.2…
Orion Pictures' star has finally risen from bankruptcy.
Fox parent News Corp. reported stronger earnings for its first fiscal 1993 quarter, though its film division saw a dramatic drop in operating income.
Time Warner Entertainment Co, which encompasses Time Warner Cable, Warner Bros. and Home Box Office, yesterday filed a lawsuit seeking to overturn major provisions of the Cable Act of 1992, becoming…
The U.S. Dept. of Justice says it will not defend the constitutionality of the must-carry rules that are contained in new cable TV legislation enacted last month over a veto by President Bush.
Oral arguments are tentatively set for Dec. 7 in U.S. District Court here concerning appeals to the new cable reregulation law. Cable programmers including Turner Broadcasting, QVC, and Discovery…
The Courtroom Television Network has inked an affiliation deal with Continental Cablevision, the country's third-largest multiple system operator. The addition of Continental gives Court TV deals…
Television Program Enterprises has eliminated 10 positions, including exec VP of sales Alan Bennett, after the syndication company pulled the plug on the half-hour strip version of "Star Search" last…
The investment firm Wertheim Schroder & Co. lowered its rating of CBS Inc. yesterday, removing CBS from the firm's recommended list, but rating its stock "above average."