Just as he is about to exit, FCC chairman Julius Genachowski is setting up a question that will be left to his successor: Just how should the agency deal with a backlog of indecency complaints.
Exiting FCC chairman Julius Genachowski steers clear of Aereo dispute in Q&A session at NAB. He also defends FCC's role in auctioning broadcast spectrum.
LAS VEGAS — When Julius Genachowski makes his final appearance as FCC chairman before the National Assn. of Broadcasters convention on Wednesday, more than likely he’ll get the same type of reaction…
LAS VEGAS — Aereo’s victory in court has a side effect for broadcasters: It has helped instill a sense of urgency on stations to get moving on mobile. When News Corp. COO Chase Carey dangled the…
Former President Bill Clinton will headline a new conference sponsored by the MPAA, Microsoft and Time to be held on the eve of the White House Correspondents Assn. weekend in Washington later this…
The Superman rights dispute now encompasses even promotional material created before the character's first comicbook appearance.
DC Comics has won some key recent rulings over the rights to Superman, but a federal judge has rejected central claims they’ve made against Marc Toberoff, the attorney for the heirs to the creators…
The speculation over whom President Obama will tap to succeed FCC chairman Julius Genachowski has gone into overdrive since the long-anticipated announcement last month of his departure.
There's no doubt about it: The succession plan for "The Tonight Show," which will see Jimmy Fallon succeed Jay Leno and the show move from Burbank to Manhattan, is a blow to the Los Angeles region…
The Securities and Exchange Commission is not pursuing any enforcement action against Netflix CEO Reed Hastings for posting corporate news on his Facebook page, and instead is giving the green light…
Many films screen at the White House. Few get such an overt endorsement as First Lady Michelle Obama gave to the Jackie Robinson biopic “42” today. “We think that everybody in this country needs to…