A confidential telephone poll of several hundred Writers Guild of America/West members has many of them irate about questions they say are loaded to make the current administration look good.
Credit Lyonnais director general Francois Gilles said that the French bank expects to post a loss in the first half of 1993, though not as much as in the second half of last year, according to an…
The FCC Monday waived its "one-to-a-market" rule and allowed Harte-Hanks Television, the owner of a San Antonio TV station, to buy a radio station in the same market.
A judge resolved an overtime dispute for NBC TV news workers, noting the irony of journalists boasting they do nothing special and their employer insisting they are too good to be paid more.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. Ltd., enjoying a steep rally in its shares, is poised for a record profit of around $ A1 billion ($ 677 million) in the latest year to June 30, nailing shut the door on…
Bertelsmann Music Group Monday reported a 20% increase in sales for its fiscal year ending June 30, claiming revenues of$ 3 billion.
Los Angeles Police Dept. investigators searched homes over the weekend owned by pop star Michael Jackson as part of a criminal investigation involving the singer.
Just weeks after "Return to Lonesome Dove" swallowed a union pill on its Montana set, IATSE said it has organized another Montana project, "Holy Matrimony," following a brief strike.
The Gersh Agency has sued Robert Duva, a former talent agent in its New York office, alleging he failed to renew client contracts so he could assume sole representation.
The owner of the "Cecil the Seasick Sea Serpent" copyright has sued the producers and director of a play at the Blank Theater in L.A. that uses a Cecil-like character.