Two consumer groups on Wednesday asked the Federal Communications Commission to limit the national subscriber reach of any one cable TV company to between 10 % and 20%.
Las Vegas's first theme park, MGM Grand Adventures sprawls over 33 acres of land -- only two acres fewer than Disneyland in Anaheim covered when it opened.
The Citizen's Task Force on TV Violence Wednesday recommended entertainment industry adoption of a code -- patterned after Canada -- that bars showing "gratuitous, dramatized" violence between the…
Atlantis Communications Inc., a Canadian independent TV producer, completed its initial public offering and secondary offering that raised $ C36 million ($ 27 million) --$ C30 million ($ 22.5…
A Los Angeles bankruptcy judge has appointed an interim trustee to watchdog Menachem Golan's 21st Century Film Corp. to make sure it complies with bankruptcy petitions filed by a host of creditors…
Percenterprises Completion Bonding Inc. and Motion Picture Guarantors Ltd. have pooled their operations to build market clout in the completion bond business and end their competition.
Falcon Holding Group L.P., one of the nation's largest cable systems, plans to sell stock to the public, taking advantage of the bull market for cable stocks and hoping to raise roughly $ 100 million…
All the action in Las Vegas isn't on the Strip -- it never was. Faced with an abundance of activity from their Las Vegas Boulevard competitors, though, downtown casino operators are fighting back…
At its April 1950 opening, Wilbur Clark's Desert Inn was the showpiece of Las Vegas. The hotel's three-story tower rose proudly as the highest building on what would come to be known as the Strip…
This is, after all, the resort complex that will feature performances by Barbra Streisand, Frank Sinatra and Kenny Loggins in its three theaters on New Year's Eve.