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.
Hollywood heavyweights met with Motion Picture Assn. of America prexy Jack Valenti in Beverly Hills Monday to discuss plans to select his successor. The meeting between Valenti and top-ranking studio…
The search continues for Hilary Rosen's replacement as the Recording Industry Assn. of America's top lobbyist. One finalist, former Long Island Rep. Susan Molinari, pulled out of the running Friday.
The rumors swirling around the search for replacements for the top Washington reps at both major Hollywood trade assns. has gotten downright comical. At least that's how Reps. Billy Tauzin (R-La.)…
Hilary Rosen left her post at the Recording Industry Assn. of America last week the same way she came in: tough and irreverent -- with maybe a few more friends in high places and a Grammy to boot.
Conservative San Gabriel Valley Congressman David Dreier is among a list of candidates to succeed top Hollywood lobbyist Jack Valenti.
Online music swappers beware: Starting this week, the next file you download could be a subpoena. After months of dancing around the issue of prosecuting individual cyberpirates, the Recording…
Recording Industry Assn. of America topper Hilary Rosen officially announced Thursday that she will step down from her post and become a consultant to the trade org as of July 1 -- as well as…
Jack Valenti, Hollywood's man on the Potomac for nearly four decades, will take the first formal steps toward recruiting a successor at the end of the month.
A committee of senior music executives will meet today to interview candidates to replace Hilary Rosen, the outgoing head of the Recording Industry Assn. of America and one of Washington's best-known…