Sony's Columbia torchbearer has finally pried MGM's Leo the Lion from his Culver City lair. MGM's on-again, off-again home, Filmland, will become the new roost next summer for about 600 to 700 Sony…
Kushner-Locke Co., the television production company, said Friday that it completed a public stock offering of 8,050,000 common shares, raising just over $ 8 million.
A federal mediator has been called in by Chi Local 110 of the Motion Picture Projectionists & Video Technicians Union as a Cineplex Odeon Corp. lockout of projectionists at its 200 screens in the…
PaineWebber Inc. lowered its investment rating on Blockbuster Entertainment Corp. to "attractive" from "buy" Friday, noting that the company's stock price has risen about 22% from a month ago. The…
Savoy Pictures Entertainment will select a list of ad agency finalists to compete for its account by mid-December, according to president of marketing Steve Hayman.
An author and the former roommate of convicted serial killer Aileen Wuornos will be in the California 9th Circuit Court of Appeals this morning in a last-ditch attempt to stop CBS from airing…
TV-4 Norway, beleaguered by debts of almost $ 2.3 million, threw in the towel last week and declared bankruptcy.
Cox Enterprises shook up the broadcasting world Friday, announcing the company will consider offers to acquire its two extremely profitable Fox-affiliated TV stations in the San Francisco-Oakland and…
Mario Kassar's moviemaking cliffhanger may soon be over.
Media groups have laid the groundwork for another court challenge to broadcast "indecency" restrictions by telling the Federal Communications Commission that a 6 a.m. to midnight ban on raunchy…
The Federal Communications Commission will ask a Chicago court that last week overturned financial interest and syndication rules adopted in 1991 to leave the regulations intact until the FCC can…