"Spawn" is a moodily malevolent, anything-goes revenge fantasy that relies more upon special visual and digitally animated effects for its intended appeal than any comics-derived sci-fier to date.
President Clinton on Tuesday formally asked Congress to approve two international treaties designed to protect copyright-rich industries in an era when perfect digital copies can be made and…
After all its wheeling and dealing, Tele-Communications Inc. (TCI) will be staying in Argentina.
Net revenues for Scandinavian Broadcasting System shot up by $13.4 million, and the group, which owns a string of TV and radio channels across Europe, posted a profit for the first time in three…
Shares of Sony Corp. continued their climb to new highs on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) on Monday, buoyed by expectations of a strong first-quarter earnings report, which will be released Thursday.
It's still against the rules, but it's going to cost stations a few thousand dollars less to violate the FCC's ban on indecent and obscene broadcasts.
News Corp. and Heritage Media Corp. have agreed to give Justice Dept. lawyers more time to study the companies' plan to merge their coupon business.
About 50 employees and several other creditors have initiated bankruptcy proceedings against Seagull Entertainment, producer/distributor of such syndie fare as "Hollywood Connection" and "Tarzan: the…
Walt Disney Co. neared the end of an auction of ABC's publishing assets with a deal to sell the Pacific Northwest Publishing Group to Lee Enterprises for $185 million.
Americast, the $100-million-a-year television venture set in motion early in 1996 by Disney and four phone companies, has eliminated its programming and marketing departments.