If there ever was a symbiotic relationship between the entertainment industry and state politicians, it's now, as Los Angeles struggles to recover from last month's devastating earthquake.
Things are looking increasingly bleak for Barry Diller in his seeminly endless quest to acquire Paramount Communications Inc.
Wall Street shook, rattled and rolled Friday as U.S. investors felt the aftershock from a midmorning uptick in short-term interest rates.
Still reeling from Thursday's announcement of network-funded ratings-gathering experiments, A.C. Nielsen Co. took another hit Friday when Chicago-based Information Resources Inc. announced its…
President Clinton's new budget set for release Monday will propose a 4% cut in federal funding to public broadcasting beginning in fiscal year 1997, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.
Sen. Ernest Hollings (D-S.C.) said Thursday he'll press forward with anti-TV violence legislation, despite initiatives announced this week by the networks and cable industry designed to placate…
A bill to require videogames to carry rating labels was introduced Thursday by two senators who say some of the games are too violent for young children.
Key senators caught up to their counterparts in the House of Representatives Thursday by offering sweeping information superhighway legislation.
After prompting work stoppages on a movie-of-the-week and an ABC series currently in production, the IATSE has signed three new TV projects to union contracts.
Philips New Media is serving notice that it will do what it takes to become "a very serious player" in the fast-growing, volatile interactive multimedia business.