The new management of Marvel Entertainment Group Inc. reached an agreement Thursday with its banks, bondholders and the principal shareholders of Toy Biz Inc. that promises to end months of bitter…
The House Thursday narrowly backed a Republican effort to abolish the National Endowment for the Arts, branded by conservatives as an elite group that bankrolls immoral art.
Gallic pubcaster France 2 has announced a loss of 200 million francs ($34 million) for 1996, following a $10 million profit for the previous year.
Broadcasters won a preliminary victory in a Miami federal court Wednesday as a magistrate judge agreed that PrimeTime 24 should not be allowed to sell programming packages that include network…
The Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday rejected President Clinton's request for a formal inquiry into hard liquor advertising on television and radio.
The acquisition of Live Entertainment by an investor group led by Bain Capital and Richland Gordon & Co. was approved Wednesday at a shareholders meeting in Los Angeles.
Stanford U. and Yamaha Corp. have teamed up to license and market a new digital audio-generation technology called Sondius-XG.
Call it the gap loan rush of 1997. Convinced that there's gold in them thar hills, banks and investment firms are eagerly lending money to independent film producers on the promise of future sales.
The Writers Guild of America West has nominated candidates for its officers and board of directors, officials announced Tuesday.
Last week, the fundraising coffers of Los Angeles' long-delayed new concert hall received a cash infusion of some $8.36 million, but conspicuously absent from the list of benefactors was any major…