Danish state telecommunications monopoly Tele Danmark A/S Wednesday reported a hefty profit rise ahead of its partial privatization through the biggest stock issue in Denmark's history.
Two detectives and their supervisor have been suspended for signing a pre-trial deal with telefilm producers relating to the high-profile case in which they were testifying.
ValueVision Intl. Inc. said it plans to finance the acquisition of National Media Corp. through a private placement of units consisting of debt securities and warrants for ValueVision common stock. *…
Actors Equity prexy Ron Silver has gotten a thumbs-up from the union's nominating committee to run for a second three-year term.
The FCC is a step closer to playing with a full deck following President Clinton's decision Tuesday to nominate longtime friend and media investment banker Susan Ness to fill the vacant fifth and…
Viacom Inc.'s newest member of top management expects the company to announce some top execs of the new Paramount-Viacom soon.
Congress is pressuring the FCC to reinstate the fairness doctrine, which required broadcasters to air both sides of a controversial issue. The rule was repealed in 1987.
SFX Broadcasting said it will acquire radio station WYHY-FM in Nashville, Tenn., from Legacy Broadcasting Partners of Nashville LP.
Capital Cities/ABC surprised investors Tuesday with plans for a 10-for-1 stock split to be ratified at its annual meeting in May.
Broadcasters accused of overcharging politicians for campaign ads can heave a sigh of relief: The FCC does not appear inclined to levy big penalties against those stations facing complaints.