The owners of the "Dr. Seuss" and "Calvin and Hobbes" characters have won nearly $ 1.5 million for copyright and trademark infringements from a suit against a Los Angeles-based T-shirt maker.
Parties to the never-ending fin-syn fight locked horns again Thursday by asking the FCC to reconsider a decision setting in motion plans to eliminate the longstanding rules.
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Broadcasters were hit with a double whammy Thursday when the Senate passed a bill requiring deep discounts in ad rates charged for political commercials and attached a measure that reinstates the…
Interim FCC chairman James Quello told Congress Thursday his agency will try to begin carrying out cable rate regulation prior to Oct. 1, but only if Congress provides money to handle the job.
The Federal Communications Commission's decision to delay a rollback in cable TV prices will cost consumers between $ 250 million and $ 300 million, the Consumer Federation of America and Rep. Ed…
Kerry Packer will make a joint bid for the Sydney Casino License with U.S. casino operator Circus Circus.
Runaway clients Roseanne and Tom Arnold are back home at the William Morris Agency, and is usual with them, there is chaos in their wake.
Time Warner Inc. Wednesday priced its convertible debt offering of $ 2.1 billion (principal amount at maturity) of Liquid Yield Option Notes (LYONs), due 2013.
Westwood One Inc. sold the assets of its Los Angeles radio station KQLZ-FM for $ 40 million in cash plus working capital to a Viacom Inc. unit. The company said the proceeds of the sale were used to…
Ana Steele, the acting senior deputy chair of the National Endowment for the Arts, is scheduled to testify today in front of a Congressional subcommittee as reauthorization hearings for the federal…
Infinity Broadcasting and two of its WJFK-FM, Washington, deejays have been sued for $ 50 million by a Baltimore woman who claims she was defamed during a broadcast earlier this year.
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