The FCC renewed six Philadelphia radio station licenses over the objections of the Philadelphia Lesbian and Gay Task Force, the Pennsylvania National Organization for Women and three other groups.
Luxembourg's CLT reportedly snapped up almost 20% of the Spanish commercial broadcaster Tele Cinco -- the media conglomerate's first such foray into this country.
"Scud Stud" Arthur Kent expressed satisfaction early last week after hearing a trial date of April 12 has been set for his lawsuit against NBC, his lawyer said Thursday.
The Federal Communications Commission reversed course Friday and decided to allow cable systems affiliated with a program supplier to pass through program costs to consumers at fair market value…
Blockbuster Entertainment may have found the site for its proposed Florida sports and entertainment complex, which would also house radio, TV and film production interests.
The hotly contested Writers Guild of America West election got a lot steamier Friday after an anonymous mailing surfaced that veep hopeful D.C. Fontana charged libels her slate of board candidates.
Burton Taylor, senior VP for Agency for the Performing Arts, confirmed his anticipated departure from the agency to pursue personal management opportunities and entertainment projects.
Singer Michael Jackson resumed his world tour Friday, performing to a sold-out crowd in Bangkok, Thailand, and completing the leg of his tour that was delayed for two days while he recovered from…
Media mogul Leo Kirch has won a major round against media authorities trying to limit his broadcasting power.
Berlin's International Funkaustellung (IFA), the world's largest consumer electronics meet, has kicked off here.