The White House will encourage search engines, cyberlockers and domain name registrars to come up with voluntary agreements with Hollywood and other industries to curb online piracy of movies, TV…
Independent Film & Television Alliance
TV writers aren't known for their sunny dispositions and optimism. Indeed, read the vanity-card messages from Chuck Lorre — who's producing four shows for CBS next season — and even he sounds glum…
Participant Media has tapped Jennifer Garnick to lead the PR efforts for Pivot, Participant’s forthcoming cable net. As vice prez of public relations, Garnick will be tasked with the overall…
An unhealthy side effect of covering TV too long is beginning to think like executives and producers. So as reports began dribbling out about the suspects in the Boston Marathon bombing, it was hard…
TV's appetite for scripted product has the potential to yield "a golden age of independent television," former CBS Entertainment chief Jeff Sagansky told attendees at the Independent Film…
Hollywood can be a lightning rod when it comes to the not-so-sexy topic of tax policy, which is why it's so significant that an arcane-sounding IRS provision was renewed as part of the otherwise high…
Vice President Joseph Biden met with entertainment industry representatives on Thursday evening as he prepares to give President Obama a set of policy proposals on gun violence early next week.
Independent film sellers are finding that the patchwork of overseas video-on-demand platforms represent a godsend due to competition for exclusives within territories and mushrooming aggregate sales.
Jean Prewitt, president-CEO of the Independent Film & Television Alliance, is taking a cautiously optimistic view of this year's Cannes market and growing traction for the Chinese film business.
Vice President Joseph Biden said that China has agreed to significantly increase market access to U.S. movies, an effort to resolve a long-lingering trade dispute before the World Trade Organization.
Do more bodies equal a more robust market?