Two brothers arrested in the 1989 shotgun slayings of their mother and video executive father in their Beverly Hills mansion were indicted by a county grand jury, lawyers said Tuesday.
The presidents of the Communications Workers of America and the National Assn. of Broadcast Employees & Technicians yesterday signed the agreement that will merge the two unions.
Carlton Communications, the British conglomerate that owns Technicolor, posted a 15% improvement in net income, to T102.3 million ($ 161 million), and a 17% rise in gross revenues, to T702 million ($…
A Chicago court yesterday gave the Federal Communications Commission 120 days to devise new financial interest and syndication rules, but said that if the FCC fails to meet the deadline, the TV…
Tim Disney and members of Shamrock Holdings have snapped up controlling interest in Virtual World Entertainment Inc., a leading virtual reality entertainment company.
Time Warner Inc. has taken a novel approach to selling off its stake in games maker Hasbro Inc.: It is taking its 14% stake in the game company and effectively turning it into notes for new…
News Corp. said it is offering to redeem all of the 180 outstanding preferred shares of two of its subsidiaries, News Preferred Finance Inc. and Newscorp Preference Ltd., at $ 1 million a share, or $…
The performance of advertising-driven media in the U.S. and the world should improve slightly in 1993 if the U.S. economy continues to strengthen.
Vicky Shapiro, the legal counsel for the Screen Actors Guild, has been chosen as the chairman of the unsecured creditor committee for Hemdale's financial restructuring.
Federal Communications Commission chairman Al Sikes is resigning his post Jan. 19, the day before Bill Clinton becomes president.
A federal court here yesterday delayed action on cable industry challenges to the new cable reregulation law until after the Clinton administration assumes office.