Frustrated with the decline in wages among recognizable, second-tier actors and alarmed that the industry's middle-class thesp may be disappearing, the Screen Actors Guild has embarked on a…
If Senate Commerce Committee Chairman John McCain (R-Ariz.) has his way, former General Colin Powell will have a close family connection to the next Republican FCC Commissioner.
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Technicolor said Monday it completed a decentralization plan it began last year.
Marvel Entertainment Group on Monday told a U.S. Bankruptcy Court it expects to report net losses of more than $400 million for the fourth quarter and the entire 1996 frame.
TCI Intl. said Monday it would buy back as much as 5% of its own stock in a program that would cost about $80 million at the company's current stock price.
ITT Corp.'s entertainment assets, which include a half-interest in Madison Square Garden and Gotham TV station WBIS+ are likely to be sold if a $6.5 billion hostile bid for the gaming conglomerate…
The investment banker who advised billionaire Paul Allen on his investment in DreamWorks, Mike Yagemann, jumped from a top slot at Bear Stearns to Montgomery Securities Monday in the latest sign that…
Music producer-songwriter Johnny Lee Jackson has filed a lawsuit against Death Row Records and Interscope Records for allegedly failing to pay him for 11 songs he produced and co-wrote on the Tupac…
Infomercial marketer Guthy-Renker Corp. has tapped a key exec from rival National Media Corp. to shepherd its international expansion.
A Delaware court has given former Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer owner Giancarlo Parretti two weeks to return from Italy for sentencing on a conviction of perjury and evidence tampering.
The Musicland Group again has gone to the well and asked execs at the Big Six record distributors to allow the chain to defer making payments due on records shipped as part of a move to stave off a…