Quincy Jones' Vibe Ventures agreed to acquire Bob Guccione Jr.'s Spin magazine for $42 million in cash, the two sides said Wednesday.
Ted Lange has seen the highs and lows of show business, and states emphatically that right now, in the late 1990s, is definitely not a low for the depiction of black characters on television.
Broadcasters are prepared to cave in over content-based TV ratings. Under a new plan backed by the National Assn. of Broadcasters, the current age-based ratings system would add symbols giving…
Warner Bros. Sports Licensing and Reebok Intl. have reached a licensing agreement that will have L.A. Lakers center Shaquille O'Neal serving as spokesman for a new WB-branded line of athletic shoes…
Atlantis Communications, one of Canada's leading producers of TV series, has taken a big stake in a small special effects and animation company.
French Premier Lionel Jospin pulled off a surprise move on Wednesday by naming Catherine Trautmann culture and communications minister, in the process overlooking the strongly tipped former…
Jonathan Levin, the schoolteacher son of Time Warner CEO Gerald Levin, was found dead in his Manhattan apartment Monday night, killed by a gunshot wound to the head, according to an autopsy.
FCC chairman Reed Hundt dared Tuesday to go where few regulators have dared before: regulation of broadcast news.
Allegro Films president Tom Berry is leaving his position at the Montreal-based film production outfit at the end of July, but he is not cutting his ties to Allegro and its owners, Coscient Group.
Sony Corp. unveiled its new Vaio series of notebook and desktop PCs Tuesday and said it would start selling the notebook PCs in the U.S. market on July 1.