The gloves came off Wednesday as numerous senators called FCC commissioners on the carpet for their decision to dramatically loosen media ownership regs.
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A man is robbed of his dignity and driven to a desperate act in "Crimson Gold." Portrait of a pizza-delivery man, whose personal circuit-breaker wears out before aud's eyes, is full of telling…
Emma Watts has been promoted to senior VP of production at 20th Century Fox.
Adam Shaw has joined the fledgling NFL Network as senior VP of distribution.
Hillary Clinton's publisher Simon & Schuster is steaming after the Associated Press got its hands on a copy of the former first lady's memoir, "Living History," not due to be published until Monday.
Just in case Vivendi Universal didn't hear him clearly the first time, Viacom chief Sumner Redstone reiterated he's not interested in buying Universal Studios.
The Screen Actors Guild has unveiled the deadline and event slate for the 10th Screen Actors Guild Awards, skedded for Feb. 22.
Elizabeth and Jim Wiatt will be honored at the Fulfillment Fund's 17th annual Achievement Awards June 14 at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood.
Werner Schwaderlapp, prexy of Cologne-based Endemol Deutschland Holding, ankled on Monday to set up his own media management consultancy.
Veteran Dutch director Fons Rademakers will be in the spotlight at the 23rd Dutch Film Festival's annual sidebar retrospective In the Picture.
Filmmaker David Puttnam, who opposes relaxing U.K. media ownership rules, proposed Tuesday night a "public interest" amendment to the Communications Bill.