Polsat, the winner of the license to run Poland's first national private TV web, has denied reports that it is secretly backed by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.
Regulators are reluctantly prepared to let radio shock jock Howard Stern's employer buy Los Angeles station KRTH-FM -- backing away from earlier threats to block the deal, the New York Times and…
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The Cable Telecommunications Assn. has offered to help pay for meeting sites when the FCC conducts a series of seminars nationally to explain cable TV rate regulations to consumer groups and local…
Debt-laden Euro Disney is understood to have run out of money and to be financially dependent on Walt Disney Co., its U.S. parent, the Financial Times newspaper reported.
Paramount Communications Inc. said yesterday it notified counsel for Viacom and QVC Network that it will not alter its deadline for bids of 5 p.m. EST on Feb. 1.
Fourth quarter earnings for Multimedia Inc. climbed 13% and revenue shot up 65% as the Greenville, S.C., company benefitted from its successful syndicated programming and the acquisition of Indiana…
Though saying he's unconvinced there's a correlation between TV violence and street violence, Motion Picture Assn. of America prez Jack Valenti said Thursday that Hollywood must act more responsibly…
Consumers should be permitted to "opt out" of the information superhighway if they so desire, Rep. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) said Thursday.
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The longtime girlfriend of the late rock impresario Bill Graham has filed an amended complaint in New York federal court against Graham's estate, claiming she was physically and mentally abused…
Media mogul Silvio Berlusconi, one of Italy's richest men, announced Wednesday he was entering politics at the head of a "freedom crusade" to try to defeat the left in a watershed general election in…