After an unusually short trial, a Milan court of appeal Wednesday acquitted Italy's media tycoon turned politician Silvio Berlusconi of falsifying documents during the 1988 acquisition of film…
Terrence Malick will be honored with the American Film Institute's Franklin J. Schaffner Alumni Medal, recognizing the achievements of an AFI graduate.
Two of the industry's top film music agencies, Kraft-Benjamin-Engel and Vangelos Management, have merged into a new company: Blue Focus Management. The new firm will rep such major composers as Jerry…
A House staffer who helped draft controversial legislation -- which artists' reps claim benefit the record industry at the expense of musicians -- has signed on to be the top lobbyist for the…
Cinema and property giant Force Corp. is poised to merge with leading local ISP Ihug in a deal which values the Internet service provider at more than $60 million.
The Cordero Group, a full-service staffing company for the commercial production, post-production and television industries, has set up shop in Miami and Manhattan.
In the first national run for a South Korean movie in Japan, the spy thriller "Swiri" has topped the box office charts for its first two weeks in release -- going up against the likes of Hollywood…
The California Court of Appeal has reinstated a $4.3 million jury verdict against Connie Stevens, stemming from a lawsuit brought by her former manager, Norman Styne.
George Jackson, a pioneer in the youth-oriented urban film and the contemporary pop and R&B music industry, died Thursday in New York after suffering a stroke. He was 42.
NBC is pulling the critically praised dramedy "Freaks & Geeks" from its lineup for the remainder of February sweeps, while ABC may be ready to launch a new drama opposite NBC's "ER."
Seagram posted healthy quarterly numbers Thursday even as CEO Edgar Bronfman Jr. was clearly peeved at the barrage of rumors in recent weeks that the company or its Universal Studios division is up…