Euro Disney's bankers have called timeout in their hardball negotiating game with the Walt Disney Co. over the future of the massive leisure complex at Marne-la-Vallee.
The state-controlled financial institution Caisse des Depots has bid to buy Coficine, one of France's three specialist film and TV production finance companies.
Ervin Duggan, the FCC commissioner turned PBS president, said Wednesday he envisions running a network that presents "a clash of ideas," whereby both conservativesand liberals will feel welcome.
Congressional staffers on Wednesday predicted passage in 1994 of legislation allowing telephone companies to compete head-to-head with cable TV operators.
The three-year law allowing the TV networks to police themselves on the issue of reducing vid violence expired Wednesday night, but the status will remain quo, says the law's sponsor, Sen. Paul Simon…
The El Capitan theater in Hollywood will remain open even if the building housing it goes into foreclosure, according to Disney and Pacific Theatres execs.
Actress Janet Hubert-Whitten has sued actor/rapper Will Smith and NBC because she says Smith became hostile after she became pregnant and forced her off his "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" series.
Claiming that pay-per-view is "inherently a natural enemy of free TV," FCC commissioner James Quello predicted Tuesday that government will continue to resist a shift in top-shelf programming from…
The producers of the film "Mary Shelley's Frankenstein" have won a landmark legal ruling blocking the publication of unauthorized photographs taken on the set.