U S West Inc. became the latest Baby Bell to ask a federal court to overturn decade-old restrictions that bar it from providing cable television service in the 14 states in which it offers local…
Westinghouse Credit Corp. has taken control of Radio & Records owner Westwood One Stations Group Inc. as payment for a $ 20 million loan.
The entertainment industry "is ready to assume its responsibility" and has already taken steps to reduce violence on TV and in films, Motion Picture Assn. of America president Jack Valenti said…
Viacom supremo Sumner Redstone's weekend preemptive strike, raising his bid for Paramount from $ 80 to $ 85 a share, has pushed QVC topper Barry Diller into a corner.
Las Vegas hotel worker unions are pushing for Barbra Streisand to cancel her $ 20 million New Year's gig at the new MGM Grand Hotel to protest the resort's refusal to use union workers.
Blockbuster Entertainment Corp. is stepping into the computerized entertainment business by test marketing CD-ROM gear in 50 northern California stores. Blockbuster’s entry represents one of the…
Graff Pay-Per-View Inc. lost more than a half-million dollars in the third quarter, largely on expansion costs. For the quarter, Graff lost $ 530,280, or 9 cents a share, compared to earnings of $…
Film and recording companies have joined other U.S. copyright industries in urging Congress to pass the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Trying to take the thunder away from Sega, Nintendo and 3DO, Atari Corp. on Thursday introduced its Jaguar system, the world's first 64-bit interactive multimedia home entertainment system, which…
Advanstar Communications bought Live Time Inc., the producer of ShowBiz Expo, for an undisclosed amount.