Thanks in part to the success of Stephen Frears' Oscar-nominated drama "Philomena," the real Philomena Lee (whom Judi Dench portrayed onscreen) has found a platform to potentially initiate…
Musicians and broadcasters are poised to engage in a new round of a decades-long lobbying battle over whether artists should be paid when their songs are played on broadcast radio stations. On…
Sen. John McCain’s proposed legislation to force cable operators to offer channels a la carte gained new co-sponsor on Tuesday, as Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) announced that he would back the…
California lawmakers are weighing legislation that will put limits on photographers who harass children of celebrities as they capture shots for magazines, photo agencies and other media. The measure…
Citing privacy concerns, a U.S. representative has introduced legislation that would force video providers to display the message "We are watching you" if they use devices with cameras that monitor…
Sen. John McCain (R-Arizona) on Thursday unveiled legislation that would upend the cable and satellite business, forcing them to let customers pick-and-choose which channels they would like to get…
With the Senate poised to vote on new gun control measures, perhaps on Wednesday, Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-W. Va., pictured above) has offered an amendment that calls for a comprehensive study of…
SAG-AFTRA and the Writers Guild of America East have blasted legislation making Michigan a "right to work" state.
SAG-AFTRA is urging its 165,000 members to oppose pending legislation that would make Michigan a "right to work" state.
MPAA chairman dismisses concerns of threat to Web
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, responding to predictions that anti-piracy legislation would give foreign regimes reason to censor the web, said that there "is no contradiction between…
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