If a union goes on strike and nobody in town pays attention, does it really go on strike? Al DiTolla, president of the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, has to be pondering that question…
A man who accused his male boss of sexual harassment can go forward with his lawsuit because California law prohibits such harassment between people of the same sex, a state appeals court has ruled.
Helmers David Cronenberg, Norman Jewison and Ivan Reitman, as well as HBO Worldwide Pictures prexy Robert Cooper, are among the advisers to a newly created mutual fund designed to pump funds into the…
Fox Inc. senior veepee of external and legal affairs David Y. Handelman confirmed Thursday that he has resigned from the company after 19 years to pursue other interests.
The Delaware Supreme Court Thursday handed QVC Network its biggest victory yet in the war for Paramount Communications.
Grupo Televisa S.A. and Tele-Communications Inc. will not proceed with their proposed joint ventures in Mexico and other territories. As reported, in May the companies said they would join to provide…
New FCC chairman Reed Hundt will make his first major policy address at the upcoming INTV/NATPE convention in Miami.
The Entertainment Industries Council, which has provided advice to the industry on the depiction of alcohol consumption, smoking and seat belt use, will soon address the issue of violence in the…
It's all over but the shouting in the last round of litigation over Paramount, after it and suitor Viacom filed reply briefs Tuesday in Delaware Supreme Court.
News Corp. Ltd. has withdrawn its controversial proposal to issue shares with increased voting rights, chairman/chief executive Rupert Murdoch said.