Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. has begun discussions with Wall Street firms about the timing of an initial public stock offering, amidst suggestions from some parts of the company that it should go public…
Claiming her religious beliefs and marriage vows prevent her from playing romantic scenes, an actress has sued the producers of "Good News," a new United Paramount Network series, for allegedly…
FCC Commissioner Rachelle Chong formally asked chairman Reed Hundt Thursday to delay a vote to decide if the agency should conduct its own inquiry into liquor advertising on TV.
New York's attorney general has found a secret weapon in the fight against crime in the music industry: Hootie and the Blowfish.
Now that News Corp., has agreed to buy International Family Entertainment, one big question remains unanswered: What happens to MTM Entertainment?
US West sold its Time Warner shareholding Wednesday, as chances receded that a deal would be struck between the two companies anytime soon on breaking up the Time Warner Entertainment partnership.
Writers Guild of America West president Brad Radnitz on Wednesday responded to directors' criticism of writers' efforts to make inroads on creative rights issues, reaffirming his belief that the…
The House Commerce Committee voted Wednesday to weaken the ban on owning more than one TV station in a market, while also agreeing to a measure that would virtually guarantee to draw out the digital…
Federal regulators will take a close look at the combination of the News Corp./MCI assets and Primestar, focusing on the ability of the new company to suppress competition in the DBS marketplace.
Granada, the British media and leisure group, reported a 33% rise in pre-tax profits to £243 million ($389 million) for the six months to March, buoyed by its acquisition of the Forte hotel chain.