Time Warner, TCI activity on Wall St. 10.4 million shares TCI sees 6 million shares traded as activity more than doubles from the previous day, and swapping of Time Warner jumps almost 500% to 4.4…
Early contract talks between the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees and the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers have ended with both sides agreeing to extend the current…
The FCC yesterday ordered cable TV operators to immediately freeze subscriber rates and said it would roll back prices where appropriate to competitive levels.
The near elimination of the financial interest and syndication rules has set off the expected combination of fear and outrage within the Hollywood production community, though some were at least…
The Los Angeles County supervisors, faced with the annual loss of millions of dollars in revenue generated by fashion photographers who have fled to Florida, have streamlined the permit process for…
To the delight of Hollywood, U.S. Trade Representative Mickey Kantor is insisting that European Community TV programming quotas be revised and that a stronger emphasis be placed on protection for…
It's official. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer yesterday confirmed a preliminary report that the studio slashed its operating losses by 87% in the fourth quarter of 1992 and by 50% for the full year.
What do peach beer, baseball and recessions have in common? They are examples of the Japanese ability to import a Western product and make it uniquely their own.
Philips Electronics NV is in talks with companies including Apple Computer Inc. and IBM Corp. for expanded applications of the Dutch company's interactive compact disc technology. Philips is…
INTERMEDIA NOISE: If there's a bellwether for the fledgling multimedia industry, it should be the bidding around Compton's New Media, one of the largest distributors of CD-ROM titles in the country.