Sen. Byron Dorgan (D-N.D.) this week offered legislation identical to the V-chip bill sponsored in the House by Rep. Ed Markey (D-Mass.).
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.
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The Screen Actors Guild named Douglass Bergmann director of research. He will oversee all research and analysis of stats and trends for SAG members.
Sen. Paul Simon (D-Ill.) pledged Tuesday to resist passage of all anti-TV violence legislation following announcements by the networks and cable industries to hire independent researchers to monitor…
The last shots may have been fired in the war for Paramount Communications, but a victor has yet to emerge from the field of battle.
The radio industry last year turned in its best performance since 1985, according to figures released Tuesday by the Radio Advertising Bureau.
S.G. Warburg analyst Lisbeth Barron raised her rating on Marvel Entertainment Group Inc. to “buy” from “hold.” Marvel stock fell Tuesday after it reported fourth-quarter net income of 15 cents a…
Howard Stern isn't the only thing over the top at Infinity Broadcasting Corp. The radiocaster's fourth-quarter profit hit a record $ 9.1 million, or 20 cents per share, a gain of 270% and 186%…
Facing unprecedented pressure from Capitol Hill to curb TV violence, cable and broadcast industry representatives will hold two press conferences today to unveil a series of voluntary initiatives…
Spanish police arrested bankrupt Australian entrepreneur Christopher Skase on the resort island of Majorca, where he has lived since his media empire collapsed in 1991, Australian Attorney General…
The Federal Communications Commission has voted 2-1 to approve the $ 110 million sale of KRTH-FM Los Angeles to Infinity Broadcasting, but the FCC has slapped an additional $ 400,000 fine on Infinity…