The Recording Industry Association of America released its annual report on the state of the U.S. music industry on Tuesday, and the headline was that streaming music generated more revenue for the…
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Based on the true story of free black American Solomon Northrup's kidnapping and imposed bondage from 1841 to 1853, this epic account of an unbreakable soul makes even Scarlett O'Hara's struggles…
Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and AOL and other companies that manage advertising networks unveiled a set of voluntary “best practices” on combating copyright infringement, a set of standards to follow as…
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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…
Alexander Payne's sixth feature is another low-concept, finely etched study of flawed characters stuck in life's well-worn grooves.
As with all such carte-blanche extravaganzas (increasingly rare in this cautious Hollywood age), it exudes an undeniable fascination — at least for a while.
When the Supreme Court denied a Minnesota woman's effort to appeal a $220,000 judgment for illegally downloading music, it was a reminder of a way that the record business tried to fight piracy…
As the U.S. heads to the polls, ShowEast attendees will be celebrating winners of their own.
Cary Sherman, CEO of the Recording Industry Assn. of America, speaks in precise words. His white hair and emphatic delivery lend him an aura of seriousness.
Pop princess Katy Perry is the closest thing to a human cartoon the music business has produced since Kiss.
In the 14 months since Christopher Dodd took the top job at the Motion Picture Assn. of America, he's been scrambling to get up to speed.