NSB Corp., the former Hemdale Film Corp., has been given yet another brief extension on its payout to angry creditors. NSB was supposed to either pay off creditors or convert the involuntary Chapter…
News Corp. topper Rupert Murdoch is still waiting for a higher grade from ratings analysts on the company's $ 7 billion-plus debt.
The legal roaring over who can use MGM's celebrated name and logo on studio theme parks subsided yesterday as Walt Disney and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer lawyers turned the non-jury lawsuit over to the…
One-third of House members have written the three TV broadcast networks asking them to delay projecting results of the elections until after people have voted.
The Rank Organisation, the United Kingdom's leading leisure and entertainment conglom, reportedly is scouting buyers for its Odeon cinema circuit, Pinewood Studios and film distribution arm RFD.
More than 15 original crew members on the "Love and War" pilot have filed a charge with the National Labor Relations Board, charging that Shukovsky English Entertainment fired them after one day of…
Writers' earnings are up 7.5% so far this year compared to 1991, according to statistics filed following the end of the third quarter.
Shamrock Holdings Inc., the media company wholly owned by the Roy E. Disney family, is preparing for a major radio station buying spree following the Federal Communications Commission's recent…
Home Shopping Network Inc., the country's leading electronic retailer, rebounded into financial health in fiscal 1992, with its earnings moving back into the black and restoring its balance sheet.
With the reauthorization of the National Endowment for the Arts back on the agenda next year, President George Bush and his Democratic opponent, Bill Clinton, have both proclaimed themselves strong…
Japan's Gaga Communications has hired industry veteran Edward J. Shields as vice president of Gaga America Inc.