When former ABC corporate officers Elton H. Rule and I. Martin Pompadur raised their second Merrill Lynch Fund in 1988, they had the flexibility to do more than just buy cable systems and television…
It's raining red ink at Euro Disneyland, even though the sun is shining on coffers at its Walt Disney parent headquarters in Burbank.
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As part of its drive to slash costs, debt-laden Westwood One has sold its WYNY-FM radio station. The company announced yesterday that it has signed a definitive agreement to sell its New York country…
Merging with the Screen Actors Guild was the No. 1 topic this past weekend as the national board of the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists held its biannual plenary session in Century…
John Dean, who spilled the beans on the Watergate scandal, has complained to the Federal Communications Commission that G. Gordon Liddy defamed him on latter's talkshow at Infinity Broadcasting's…
Credit Lyonnais Bank Nederland N.V. has sued Kodiak Films and its owner, Wolf Schmidt, for failing to pay a loan balance of about $ 15.45 million.
The Federal Communications Commission this week will ask the full U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals to rehear the financial interest and syndication rules case.
Sandhurst Assets Inc., a corporation headed by former Giancarlo Parretti partner Giovanni Di Stefano, announced in a press release yesterday it had made a $ 10 million bid for Cannon Pictures.
The owners of Ticketmaster Corp., the world's largest broker of tickets, are considering selling the company to Time Warner, according to concert industry sources.
Clear Channel Communications Inc. said Snowden Broadcasting Inc., with which its Clear Channel Radio unit has a joint venture, agreed to acquire a New Orleans radio station for $ 7.5 million.
Congress is planning oversight hearings soon to investigate complaints that broadcasters are ignoring a new law requiring them to meet the educational needs of children.