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He's the richest man in China, and he's coming to Hollywood.
NBCUniversal and a group of former interns have agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit contending the interns should have been paid for their work.
Veteran theater industry executive Tom Stephenson and his partners invested $20 million last year to open a luxury 11-screen theater in an affluent suburb of Dallas where patrons can order food and drinks in plush recliners.
Comcast Corp. added 315,000 high-speed Internet service customers during the third quarter, surpassing analysts' estimates for subscriber growth and boosting the company's earnings.
AMC Networks has completed a deal to acquire a 49.9% equity stake in BBC Worldwide's BBC America cable channel for $200 million.
"The Late Late Show" is, as expected, leaving its heart (and production) in Los Angeles--and for that, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti is thankful.
NBCUniversal and a group of former “Saturday Night Live” interns have reached an agreement to settle a class-action lawsuit contending the interns should have been paid for their work.
Media companies' most reliable cash cow -- their clusters of cable TV channels -- could be headed for some rough terrain.
Looks like board games are on track to make a comeback on the big screen.
Although the World Series dominated TV ratings, ABC and CBS still scored big on Wednesday night.
Comcast Corp. delivered strong third-quarter earnings by adding 315,000 high-speed Internet service customers -- surpassing analysts' estimates for subscriber growth during the period.
The World Series is off to a slower start in TV ratings compared with last year.
Like many frazzled parents, the Federal Communications Commission has called for a temporary timeout.
The pay-TV wars are heating up again.
Warner Bros. is partnering with filmmaker Brett Ratner and two Shanghai-based companies to create a fund that will invest in film, television and live entertainment projects targeting Chinese audiences.
Last week, Nielsen's rankings showed that ABC's just-installed "World News Tonight" anchor -- David Muir -- had rocketed to the top of the viewer ratings.
In a country where the vast majority of pop music acts still seem prepackaged for the karaoke machine and syrupy anthems dominate the airwaves, China's three-day Strawberry Music Festival and smaller Modern Sky Festival are can't-miss affairs for mainland hipsters.
After hand-finishing the stainless-steel case of one of his timepieces in a whirring industrial polisher, watchmaker Cameron Weiss carefully submerged it in an ultrasonic cleaning tank.
Box-office trackers can stop panicking.
A man who was convicted of sexual abuse in California a decade ago is facing new charges in North Carolina.