Media shares were standouts Wednesday, for better and for worse: Walt Disney and AOL Time Warner weighed on the broader market, while Vivendi Universal shot higher.
Mayor Thomas Menino has proposed a 50¢ surcharge on all movie tickets to help the city of Boston to get through its current budget crunch.
Wesley Snipes is about to lose his memory for Revolution Studios. Thesp is set to star in the sci-fi actioner "John Doe," which revolves around a man who suffers from severe memory loss.
By opening the English gangland drama "My Kingdom" Friday for a one-week Academy qualifying run at the Fine Arts Theater in Beverly Hills, First Look Pictures is hoping to gain the film's star…
The Rhythm & Blues Foundation will present Pioneer Awards to the Supremes, Del Vikings ("Come Go With Me") and Dixie Cups ("Iko Iko") plus Clarence "Frogman" Henry ("Ain't Got No Home"), Johnny Nash…
Garson Foos, former senior VP of marketing for Rhino Records, has been appointed president and general manager of Retropolis Entertainment.
A court settlement has been reached in a long-running suit alleging that AFTRA's health and retirement funds had short-changed a group of 1960s recording artists.
Buckling under pressure, FCC chair Michael Powell agreed Wednesday to hold at least one public hearing on the agency's plan to loosen key media ownership rules.
Shania Twain clung to the top spot in the album rankings for a second week running, beating off a formidable challenge from fellow country twanger Tim McGraw as the holiday-sales season continued to…
"The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" and "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" lead the field of nominees for the 2002 People's Choice Awards with two nominations apiece.