First lady Michelle Obama used the bully pulpit of a White House event on Wednesday to urge media companies to curb junk food ads and to restrict kids' TV characters from appearing in spots for…
Mainland Chinese regulators have once again moved to curb the amount of talent shows airing on Chinese TV.
BEIJING — Motion Picture Assn. of America chairman Chris Dodd believes opportunities are growing at a furious pace for Hollywood in China and the whole dynamic of the world's second biggest film…
Next week's NAB convention will include a panel on AM radio "revitalization," exploring methods for "sustaining and enhancing AM radio as a unique entertainment medium." To which one might say…
Chinese regulators' warnings for Hollywood about trying to game the government's co-productions system should be taken seriously -- and as a result, future collaborations will have more Chinese input…
Several advertising industry groups are urging marketers to avoid placing ads on websites that traffic in pirated content like movies, music and TV shows.
Pinnacle Broadcasting owner Philip D. Marella, who spent almost five decades in broadcast management, died of natural causes on Friday, Dec. 9, in Stamford Conn. He was 82.
The "Mad Men" season five contract flap somehow put me in mind of the original "Star Trek," and how, after surviving one cancellation, it wheezed to its swan song after three seasons.
CBS Radio VP Joseph Dembo, who turned New York City's WCBS Radio into a successful all-news broadcaster, died Monday in Manhattan. He was 83.
Thomas M. Pryor, the editor of Daily Variety for 30 years, died Monday of heart failure at Valley Presbyterian Hospital in Van Nuys. He was 88.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
PROVIDED BY: Box Office
300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures