Jack Valenti may be enjoying his long goodbye tour, but the Motion Picture Assn. of America topper would really like the studios to finally make it official.
The Washington farewell tour has begun for Jack Valenti, even though no one can believe he's really leaving -- and no one has yet materialized to take his place.
The music biz is temporarily losing its voice. Amy Weiss, the Recording Industry Assn. of America's top spokeswoman and communications director, has ankled her post to become the veep for public…
Even after returning to Hollywood for a star role on "Law & Order," former Sen. Fred Thompson (R-Tenn.) just can't stay away from the political game.
Jack Valenti's final state-of-the-industry address came laden with mounting dollar signs.Production expenditures by Hollywood majors rose 9% to an average $63.8 million last year, and the studios…
Top media recruiter Spencer Stuart has been hired to find a replacement for Motion Picture Assn. of America prexy-CEO Jack Valenti, a sign that the search will widen beyond the corridors of…
Hollywood knew it would be hard to find someone to fill the boots of outgoing Motion Picture Assn. of America prexy Jack Valenti, but studio execs didn't expect it to be this hard.
Rep. Billy Tauzin (R-La.) has declined an offer to succeed Motion Picture Assn. of America topper Jack Valenti as Hollywood's leading man on the Potomac.
If the Recording Industry Assn. of America has its way, in the near future consumers will come to accept lawsuits for illegal downloading music off the Internet as they do parking or speeding tickets.
The RIAA is unleashing a new wave of legal actions this week, filing 41 new lawsuits and sending 90 warning letters to digital music pirates around the country.