Jack Valenti took Hollywood's case for normalizing trade relations with China to Capitol Hill on Tuesday.
Mark K. Miller
The works of two local D.C. filmmakers are among the more than 100 features, documentaries and shorts from 30 countries unspooling at the 14th annual Washington, D.C. Intl. Film Festival. Fest's…
The Motion Picture Assn. of America on Tuesday struck the second blow in its effort to get a purveyor of the DeCSS utility to cease and desist.
Radio and television stations across the U.S. participated in public service campaigns and projects worth $8.1 billion, according to a public service census released Tuesday by the National Assn. of…
The National Rural Telecommunications Cooperative late last week filed a second breach of contract lawsuit against DirecTV.
Consumer electronics makers want Congress to move quickly to pass legislation allowing direct broadcast satellite providers to offer local TV station signals to their customers.
A U.S. Appeals Court has upheld the Federal Communications Commission's authority to shut down unlicensed broadcasters.
Newspapers once again have cried foul to the Federal Communications Commission over rules blocking them from owning a television or radio station in the same market as their paper.
The National Cable Television Assn. has recruited an executive VP from the ranks of its members. David Krone, executive VP of government relations for AT&T Broadband & Internet Services, will join…
The National Assn. of Broadcasters announced two promotions. Sharon Kinsman, NAB's VP for administrative services since 1995, was named senior VP for administration, and Jennifer M. Livengood, NAB's…
Developing the broadcasting careers of women and minorities is the goal of a new mentor program established by the Foundation of American Women in Radio and Television.