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February 9, 1993 | JAMES F. PELTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John W. Hyde isn't a name you'll find on movie marquees. But without him, some Hollywood studios and distributors might now be absent from your local theater too. Hyde, a modestly successful movie and television producer since the 1960s, is becoming the industry's best-known financial doctor for studios, distribution firms, video post-production houses and other film-related concerns that have sunk into bankruptcy court.
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September 30, 1997 | VERONIQUE de TURENNE
A court-supervised bankruptcy auction of Oxnard's KADY-TV 63 on Monday ended in the sale of the struggling station to media broker Brian Cobb. The station, founded in 1985 as KTIE-TV, sold for $11 million. The amount topped the previously announced all-cash bid of $8 million by Paxson Communications Corp., a Florida-based infomercial carrier. The auction came 14 months after U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Robin Riblet appointed a trustee to bring the station back to fiscal health. John W.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 30, 1997 | VERONIQUE de TURENNE
A court-supervised bankruptcy auction of Oxnard's KADY-TV 63 on Monday ended in the sale of the struggling station to media broker Brian Cobb. The station, founded in 1985 as KTIE-TV, sold for $11 million. The amount topped the previously announced all-cash bid of $8 million by Paxson Communications Corp., a Florida-based infomercial carrier. The auction came 14 months after U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Robin Riblet appointed a trustee to bring the station back to fiscal health. John W.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 12, 1997 | RICHARD WARCHOL
A court-supervised bankruptcy auction will be held in September to place Oxnard's KADY-TV Channel 63 into new hands. The auction comes 14 months after U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Robin Riblet appointed a trustee to bring the troubled station back from the brink of economic collapse. During the auction, companies and individuals will be attempting to outbid Paxson Communications Corp.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 12, 1997 | RICHARD WARCHOL
A court-supervised bankruptcy auction will be held in September to place Oxnard's KADY-TV Channel 63 into new hands. The auction comes 14 months after U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Robin Riblet appointed a trustee to bring the troubled station back from the brink of economic collapse. During the auction, companies and individuals will be attempting to outbid Paxson Communications Corp.
BUSINESS
September 23, 1985
PSO Delphi, a Los Angeles-based film production and distribution company, announced that Mark Damon will step down as chairman to concentrate on the company's worldwide production and distribution efforts. President Lewis J. Korman will become chief executive and John W. Hyde, vice chairman, will become chief operating officer.
BUSINESS
May 4, 1993
AME Inc. in Burbank has a potential buyer, which would enable the video post-production firm to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Image Technology Acquisition Corp. has offered $12 million for AME, according to John W. Hyde, AME's bankruptcy trustee. Hyde has recommended that the court approve the offer, which was made in a filing at federal Bankruptcy Court in Los Angeles last week.
BUSINESS
July 28, 1992 | JAMES F. PELTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
AME Inc. still hopes to find a buyer even though the video post-production concern is now reorganizing under the auspices of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court. The Burbank-based company, struggling under a heavy debt load, last week sought protection from its creditors by filing under Chapter 11 of the bankruptcy laws. Under Chapter 11, a company keeps operating while it works out a plan to pay its bills. AME has been struggling since 1989, when an investor group bought the company for $108.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 8, 1997 | RICHARD WARCHOL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A Florida-based infomercial television carrier gobbling up struggling UHF stations in a bid to become the nation's seventh major television network has signed an agreement to buy Ventura County's bankrupt KADY-TV Channel 63. "It's in a great growth market and it was available," said Seth Grossman, vice president of corporate development for Paxson Communications Corp. "It fits perfectly into our concept. . . . It's been on our radar screen."
BUSINESS
February 9, 1993 | JAMES F. PELTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
John W. Hyde isn't a name you'll find on movie marquees. But without him, some Hollywood studios and distributors might now be absent from your local theater too. Hyde, a modestly successful movie and television producer since the 1960s, is becoming the industry's best-known financial doctor for studios, distribution firms, video post-production houses and other film-related concerns that have sunk into bankruptcy court.
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