Harvey Weinstein appeared Tuesday on “CBS This Morning” with his lawyer David Boies and chairman and CEO of the MPAA, Chris Dodd, to discuss the ongoing dispute between the Weinstein Co. and Warner…
35mm film stock may be on its way out, but as far as Kodak is concerned, it’s not dead yet. The venerable Rochester, N.Y.-based firm, much shrunken in bankruptcy, has pacted to supply Fox with motion…
Last December, when Argentina President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner launched a crusade against Hollywood's box office domination, she came armed with a carrot, not a stick.
Days before Comic-Con officially kicked off today in San Diego, attendees saw a familiar sight: a long line of women lined up outside the city's convention center to get into Summit Entertainment's…
BSkyB, the Rupert Murdoch-controlled U.K. paybox, has received welcome news from local regulators -- the Competition Commission ruled that its deals with Hollywood studios are not anti-competitive.
A host of networks, studios and agencies are joining forces with military families for a campaign to help returning vets find an easier path in assimilating back into civilian life.
Comcast is announcing a new subscription VOD service that is aimed squarely at countering Netflix but requires already paying for cable.
Netflix, a relative newcomer to the media club, took in $2.2 billion last year -- a puny sum compared with the $26.9 billion in revenues of media behemoth Time Warner.
Universal Studios Intl. has agreed to provide U.K.'s Video Networks video-on-demand service with feature films as well as film and TV library titles for several years.
Actor Antonio Banderas, composer Lalo Schifrin and animation director Phil Roman will be among those honored April 7 at the 14th annual Imagen Awards, which honor positive portrayals of Hispanics in…