James H. Quello, a former Detroit broadcaster who served as a member of the Federal Communications Commission for 24 years, including as acting chairman of the agency in 1993, died Jan. 25 at his…
The search is on for a replacement for Dan Glickman, who is stepping down as chairman of the Motion Picture Assn. of America in April to become president of Refugees Intl.
Dan Glickman will step down as chairman of the Motion Picture Assn. of America in April to become president of Refugees International, departing his post at the industry's chief lobbying arm several…
The FCC launched an initiative on Thursday to probe the future of media and how technology could be harnessed to best serve the public's information needs.
Declines in charitable giving and attendance at cultural institutions has resulted in a predictable drop in the National Arts Index.
FCC closed a loophole that has enabled cable TV operators to withhold local sports broadcasts from other TV providers.
Pics ranging from "Pillow Talk" and "The Muppet Movie" to "Dog Day Afternoon" and "Once Upon a Time in the West" are among the 25 titles selected as this year's addition to the Library of Congress'…
Vice President Joe Biden pledged Tuesday to employ all the resources of the federal government to mount a coordinated, multi-faceted approach to stem the increasing problem concerning the piracy and…
Studio chiefs and showbiz CEOs will gather at the White House on Tuesday for a roundtable discussion on piracy hosted by Vice President Joseph Biden.
Preston Padden, exec veepee of government relations for the Walt Disney Co., says he'll ankle the longtime post in January 2011 and relocate to Boulder, Colo.
The Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday approved legislation that would protect journalists from legal suits requiring them to reveal news sources.