Good trumped greed as the world's two richest men held Gotham rapt Monday, moving from a town hall meeting at the New York Public Library to a packed press conference to a sitdown with Charlie Rose…
A Spanish intellectual property law has finally banned unauthorized peer-to-peer file-sharing in Spain, making it a civil offense even to download content for personal use.
Hundreds of religious protestors gathered Sunday in Moscow's Pushkin Square to lambaste the moral standards of recent Hollywood fare, including "The Da Vinci Code" and "The Omen."
The Chinese government keeps a famously tight rein on the Internet, which has 111 million users and counting, but the tide may be too strong for even a squad of 40,000 Net Nannies to stop. Already…
Despite the exit of two hefty earners, "The Pajama Game" and "Three Days of Rain," Broadway grosses took only a minor tumble during the week ended June 25, dipping by a little less than 5% to total…
Universal Music Group is moving into TV production. Its new division, Globe Prods., intends to make reality-style entertainment shows and fare featuring some of UMG's high-profile performers, such as…
First-weekend Spanish B.O. for Disney's "Scary Movie 4" was way off "Scary Movie 3" biz, following an exhibitors' boycott in Spain to protest Disney's rental terms.
As they prepare "Eragon" for a Dec. 15 release, 20th Century Fox and producer John Davis have bought into another young adult fantasy book series with "Uglies," the Scott Westerfeld novel that…
Former "Will & Grace" and "Spin City" scribe Kirk Rudell is settling in for "20 Good Years" at Warner Bros. TV. Rudell has been tapped co-exec producer of the WBTV-produced laffer, which stars John…
Leslie Moonves' disclosure last week of the Eye's potential plans to get into the theatrical film biz was supposed to shock Wall Street and jar the CBS stock. It's mostly earned Moonves a hug.