After almost a week of deliberations, Michael J. Fox decided to end a seven-year relationship with United Talent Agency for a new deal at Creative Artists Agency, the actor's attorney confirmed…
U.S. District Judge Irving Hill has permanently dismissed George Holliday's $ 100 million copyright infringement lawsuit, ruling that it had no merit.
The Federal Communications Commission made it official Friday: The agency won't begin regulating cable TV rates until Oct. 1.
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No Good Deed
No Good Deed1Weekend:$24.5M
Dolphin Tale 2
Dolphin Tale 22Weekend:$16.6M
Guardians of the Galaxy
Guardians of the Galaxy3Weekend:$8.0M Disney
Viacom Intl., a unit of Viacom Inc., will redeem all outstanding 11.80% senior subordinated notes due 1998. The redemption will occur on July 15 at a price equal to 103.37% of the principal amount; $…
Group W Prods. may announce as early as this week's Promax (formerly BPME) promotions confab in Orlando that a resolution has been worked out between the producer-distributor and its disgruntled…
The New York Times Co.'s $ 1.1 billion purchase of the Boston Globe represents an expensive bet on the newspaper business.
A television station fired a reporter, suspended two managers and apologized Friday for making secret recordings of courtroom proceedings.
A Dusseldorf court has rejected a motion to revoke Vox's license.
Telephone companies are opposing sweeping legislation offered this week by Sens. Daniel Inouye (D-Hawaii) and John Danforth (R-Mo.) that contains a provision allowing telcos to offer cable TV service…
There seems to be a Fox studio expansion truce in the offing.