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.
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…
Rank Group Plc plans to sell its movie distribution unit and is expected to raise between $160 million and $180 million from the sale, according to a report in the Sunday Times.
Infomercial marketer Guthy-Renker Corp. has tapped a key exec from rival National Media Corp. to shepherd its international expansion.
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…
Richard Aschman, who earlier this month was named president of Eastman Kodak's Professional Motion Imaging business unit, outlined his plans Thursday for the photographic giant's growth in the…
"It's a day from hell!" said one Paramount Pictures employee early Thursday morning who fell victim to a studiowide computer crash.
Antipiracy investigators from the Motion Picture Assn. of America and detectives from the organized crime division of the New York Police Dept. teamed Wednesday to seize more than 14,000 pirated…
The Clinton administration is in need of another nominee to the Federal Communications Commission after agency official Regina Keeney asked that her name be withdrawn from consideration Wednesday.