If several prominent senators have their way, broadcasters could be breathing a sigh of relief when it comes to Janet Jackson's flash-dance fallout.
Legitimate online file-sharing is flourishing on college campuses, but students don't have the music biz off their backs yet. That's the message the Recording Industry Assn. of America and music…
The House handed the entertainment industry a mixed bag Tuesday when it passed legislation that gives federal prosecutors new tools to fight online piracy and makes camcording in theaters a federal…
In the wake of CBS News' "60 Minutes" controversy, an influential Republican on Tuesday said he wants to convene a Capitol Hill hearing on TV news operations after the Nov. 2 election.
Instead of threatening to appeal the half-million-dollar fine for Janet Jackson's Super Bowl flash dance, CBS should be thanking its lucky stars for its timing.
The National Assn. of Broadcasters has thrown a wrench into Sen. John McCain's (R-Ariz.) plans to force all TV stations to return their analog signals to the government by Jan. 1, 2009.
It's been a bleak week for CBS. In the middle of the Memogate scandal in its news division, Eye net also finally must face the music for Janet Jackson's Super Bowl strip.
While terrorism continues to make gruesome headlines on the nightly TV news, it is also having a profound impact on the broadcasting biz.
With time running out on Congress' 2004 legislative calendar, technology companies and public-interest groups are desperately fighting any motion on the sweeping antipiracy bill known as the Induce…
The governator doesn't want anyone on the state payroll using government computers to illegally trade movies and music online.
CBS News and Dan Rather stood fast Wednesday night, refusing to back down from a "60 Minutes" report that has engulfed the Eye in a credibility storm and put it smack in the middle of brutal…