Ophira Eisenberg's comic memoir "Screw Everyone: How I Slept My Way to Monogamy" is headed for the big screen with Zucker Prods. acquiring feature rights.
The American Cable Assn., Time Warner Cable and DirecTV are objecting to a part of Gannett’s proposed $2.2 billion acquisition of Belo Corp.’s broadcast stations, saying that the deal threatens to…
Once, on a JetBlue flight between Los Angeles and Boston, passengers dutifully handed over their in-flight trash to flight attendants holding large plastic bags stuffed with waste. When Bryan…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Fans of the original “Oldboy” are finally getting an official peek at what Spike Lee’s remake will look like with FilmDistrict releasing the first official poster (below) for the film which stars…
The album is an antiquated construct that fits the modern era not at all but it sustains because it's the only way artists and labels have figured out how to make money.
Seeking a rehearing of an appellate court’s decision in favor of Aereo, Fox and other broadcasters said that the startup’s ability to continue offering unauthorized streams of their signals “will…
"In America, we sacrifice everything to the morality of the bottom line." After directing the Oscar-winning documentary "Taxi to the Dark Side," Alex Gibney created the current "Mea Maxima Culpa…
In an attempt to cut their costs for syndicated programming, TV station groups have been experimenting with homegrown fare that they roll out slowly in a few markets before making a larger commitment.
Sony Corp. is pressing pause on plans to launch a rival video service to cable and satellite companies in light of a recent Comcast decision that inflamed net neutrality advocates.
Before political compromise became taboo, it birthed some peculiar artifacts, few more controversial than the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy introduced during the Clinton administration governing…
"Love in Another Language" incorporates all manner of serious subjects without skipping an upbeat.