Marvel Holdings Inc., a holding company for Marvel Entertainment Group Inc., filed for an offering of $ 259 million of senior secured discount notes due 2003 to be offered at $ 150 million. The…
Congress last week approved legislation granting $ 11.5 million in supplemental funding so the Federal Communications Commission can regulate cable TV rates.
The head of one of Hollywood's independent film lenders has been unsaddled. Steven Leibowitz, a senior vice president and manager of entertainment lending at L.A.'s Imperial Bank, was quietly let go…
The fallout from Transamerica exiting the bond business has now hit Australia: Completion Bond Co.'s rep here, the First Australian Completion Bond Co. (FACB), has merged with Motion Picture…
German private web Pro 7 is in the black in its fifth year of operation, announced chief Georg Kofler at a confab.
Legislation introduced Thursday in the House of Representatives would greatly increase copyright protection and performance rights for sound recordings.
Major Japanese movie producer Nikkatsu Corp., saddled with debts of $ 464 million after a long decline in Japan's movie industry, applied Thursday for court permission to reorganize its finances.
Jim Mooney resigned as president and CEO of the National Cable TV Assn. Thursday, mainly because he could not prevent Congress from legislating the harshest regulatory bill in the history of cable.
The marriage between Showscan Corp. and Omni Films Intl. Inc. is off. On Thursday, the two companies terminated a letter of intent to merge.
Los Angeles Superior Court has granted Columbia Pictures and TriStar Pictures a temporary restraining order barring a "professional gate-crasher" from premieres and advance screenings of their films…