UPDATE: All the media stocks were buffetted during the stock market’s up-and-down performance Tuesday which fell sharply during the last hour of trading. The Dow index alone dropped 4.2% over the last two days. Most infotainment stocks are at or near their lows. Today, lawmakers questioned the Bush administration’s massive bailout for financial institutions and argued for Main Street as well as Wall Street. One idea: no golden parachutes for affected CEOs. Don’t expect any relief until after there’s a Congressional yea or nay.

TUESDAY, September 23, 2008
GE (NBC Universal) fell $1.20 (-4.59%) to $24.95 (Monday -1.77% to $26.15)
Disney fell $.38 (-1.15%) to $32.53 (Monday -4.39% to $32.90)
News Corp (Fox) fell $.04 (-.31%) to $13.00 (Monday -6.80% to $13.04)
Time Warner fell $.06 (-.43%) to $13.83 (Monday -4.50% to $13.89)
Viacom fell $.01 (-.04%) to $25.64 (Monday -4.60% to $25.65)
Sony Corp fell $.95 (-2.94%) to $31.34 (Monday -1.04% to $32.29)
CBS fell $.54 (-3.51%) to $14.85  (Monday -1.91% to $15.39)
DreamWorks Animation rose $.26 (+.85%) to $30.85 (Monday -2.27% to $30.59)
Marvel Entertainment fell $.36 (-1.05%) $34.03 (Monday -6.17% to $34.39)