Canada's biggest telephone company, Bell Canada, says it will give independent production companies C$12 million ($8.8 million) over the next 2-1/2 years to encourage the development of multimedia…
The expanding digital imaging arena was marked by two acquisitions announcements Tuesday involving the Eastman Kodak Co.
Tour drivers and garage mechanics at Universal Studios Hollywood ratified a new contract on Tuesday, approving a new pact that attempts to bring the pay of employees more in parity with each other.
"The Long Way Home," a Holocaust documentary produced by Moriah Films, will open a United Nations symposium "Property and Restitution: A Moral Responsibility to History."
Telescene Film Group, a Montreal-based TV and film production outfit, is set to make its first-ever public share offering, which will likely net the Canadian company in the neighborhood of C$25…
Time Warner Inc. announced Tuesday that chairman-CEO Gerald M. Levin's son Jonathan, who was murdered May 30, will be memorialized with a scholarship fund, a media academy and a rehabilitated…
In lieu of buying their spectra at an auction, broadcasters would have to pay an annual fee for using the nation's airwaves, according to a measure proposed by Senate Commerce Committee chairman John…
The nation's top communications regulator on Monday urged pubcasters to reject the idea of accepting paid commercials to shore up their finances and bankroll quality programming.
Tele-Communications Inc. is to sell its New York-area cable systems to Cablevision Systems Corp. for $1.2 billion in stock and debt, the two companies said Monday.
A large percentage of kidvid sporting the "FCC friendly" label does not qualify as educational "by any reasonable benchmark," according a study to be released today by the Annenberg Public Policy…