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.
D.C. insiders believe the timeline to name a successor to MPAA chief Jack Valenti is tied to the ability of Rep. Billy Tauzin (R-La.) to pass controversial energy and Medicare bills by the end of…
"Just exactly who is Mitch Bainwol?" non-Washington viewers of HBO's new political reality docu-drama "K Street" may have wondered after the show's second episode last week.
Just two days after taking legal action against the first 261 of thousands of digital music pirates, the RIAA is on the receiving end of a suit over the amnesty program it is offering.
Urgent memo to Jack Valenti: Don't quit your day job just yet. Sen. John Breaux (D-La.), a strong candidate to succeed Valenti as Hollywood's leading man (and lobbyist) in Washington, yanked his name…
All the bicoastal chatter that the studios are on the brink of choosing a new leading man in Washington is more than a little premature, insiders say.
A new era has begun at the Recording Industry Assn. of America with the hiring of a Republican as its top Washington lobbyist. Mitch Bainwol, former chief of staff to Senate Majority Leader Bill…
It's been nearly a month since former RIAA topper Hilary Rosen ankled her post, but the music industry's top lobbying shop shows no signs of slacking.
Tribune Entertainment prexy Dick Askin will be the next chairman and CEO of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.