Silvio Berlusconi finally made his long-expected official entry into Italian national politics Monday when he announced that his nascent political party will team up with the Lombard League, forming…
Revenue shot up and losses fell at Intl. Cablecasting Technologies Inc., as the music programming service built up its business. For the quarter ended Sept. 30, the company lost $ 4.7 million, or 15…
Vice President Al Gore will headline the Superhighway Summit, a daylong seminar hosted by the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Jan. 11 at UCLA's Royce Hall.
If Hollywood was seeking a fin-syn champion in new FCC chairman Reed Hundt, it may be sadly disappointed.
The Paramount board of directors met Monday afternoon to decide the best way to comply with a stern Delaware Supreme Court ruling that the company must shop itself fairly to all interested bidders.
Singer Michael Jackson has returned to the U.S., but his attorneys refused to disclose the singer's whereabouts. Jackson's reps also deny any deal was cut with prosecutors for the return of the pop…
Yorkshire-Tyne Tees Television will report a year loss of T5.25 million ($ 7.9 million) today and may skip its final dividend, analysts forecast.
The Roman Catholic Archbishop of Los Angeles has sued the producers of an HBO film called "Virgin High" for using footage of a Catholic church in Beverly Hills without permission.
American Public Radio is planning to become more international in focus and said Monday it will be changing its name to Public Radio International.
Sparks may fly on Capitol Hill Thursday at a hearing on the subject of media megamergers in which both QVC topper Barry Diller and Tele-Communications Inc. chieftain John Malone will testify.