Revising its intentions in light of last week's overturn of the screener ban, the Los Angeles Film Critics Assn. has announced its members will vote for the org's annual film awards, which earlier…
ABC News' Diane Sawyer will receive some Christmas cheer from the White House next week -- a sit-down interview with President Bush.
Among the 86 short films selected for the 2004 Sundance Film Festival are titles directed by actor Hank Azaria, "Capturing the Friedmans" helmer Andrew Jarecki, photographer David LaChappelle…
Media buyers are mad as hell about the broadcast ad sales market, and they're not going to take it anymore. ... Or at least, in the future, they may stop taking it so much.
If the Recording Industry Assn. of America has its way, in the near future consumers will come to accept lawsuits for illegal downloading music off the Internet as they do parking or speeding tickets.
AMC Entertainment, operator of the nation's second-largest movie circuit, said Tuesday that it will spend at least $21 million to change some of its multiplexes as a result of litigation by disabled…
Hollywood studios again joined carmakers and shampoo purveyors as the biggest ad buyers of 2003. Time Warner and Disney were among the top 10 advertisers in the U.S., thanks to huge promotional…
Under pressure to return double-digit earnings growth next year, Time Warner's AOL division has let go some 450 California-based employees. Company said layoffs are part of its "ongoing cost…
Reality is back and so too are the viewers.
You know the Recording Industry Assn. of America is serious about fighting piracy when it hires the director of the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.