Tribune Co. reported a slight drop in net to $ 33.8 million (43 cents per share) from $ 34.5 million(44 cents) in the third quarter, compared to the same period last year.
Orion Pictures is being dropped from the New York Stock Exchange, but it will re-emerge in a few weeks. Following the approval of the company's bankruptcy reorganization plan on Tuesday, Orion will…
An electrician who worked on the movie "Malcolm X" has sued director Spike Lee and others for $ 10 million for injuries he suffered when a "security guard" allegedly shoved him through a plate glass…
Viacom Inc. president Frank Biondi yesterday criticized the new cable TV law and called for a debate on U.S. telecommunications policy.
In a potentially precedent-setting decision, a Los Angeles jury has found that ITC Entertainment violated antitrust laws when it packaged the motion picture "Twice in a Lifetime" for syndication. In…
VIRTUAL DEAL: Military contractor and pioneering virtual reality developers Evans & Sutherland, and Simgraphics, a leader in three-dimensional graphic software, are talking with Iwerks Entertainment…
Ten months after filing for Chapter 11 protection, Orion Pictures Corp. is poised to emerge from bankruptcy. The company's plan of reorganization was confirmed yesterday by U.S. Bankruptcy Judge…
A headline in yesterday's Daily Variety incorrectly stated the name of pubcaster KCET's new local kids series "Storytime," which airs at 7 p.m. Sundays.
Cable TV legislation passed recently by Congress was prompted by a "special-interest feeding frenzy that only Ross Perot could adequately describe, " Discovery Communications topper John Hendricks…
Two of the major Hispanic TV sales companies are expected to join operations starting Jan. 1. The new banner, tentatively called Proventel, melds domestic and offshore sales of Protele, the Televisa…
Hollywood is under the taxman's magnifying glass.