Victoria Espinel, the first White House intellectual property coordinator, has stepped down after almost four years in the post, according to industry sources. Espinel’s final day on the job was…
The homegrown production boom at Telemundo reflects the company's move during the past two years to make a 90-degree shift in its programming strategy, focusing on novelas and other shows produced in…
In Washington, among many content creators, it seems Google-bashing is second only to marveling at the search giant — namely the way it has expanded its reach via influence and lobbying.
The Obama Administration came out in support of an anti-piracy plan put forward by Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and other Internet companies that’s designed to cut off advertising revenue to rogue sites…
As if conceding the first season harbored a serious structural flaw, "The Newsroom" returns with a flashback framing device to help explain its we-told-you-so leaps into the near past — in the second…
Indie movie mogul Harvey Weinstein came out guns blazing, bashing Google as an "octopus," and citing the availability of clips of his former company Miramax's 2002 Oscar-winning hit "Chicago" on…
Performers including Bruce Springsteen, Jay Z and Ricky Martin appeared for President Obama, and Kid Rock and Meat Loaf stumped for Mitt Romney in the final day of the 2012 presidential race on…
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.
Attorneys whose recent deals and court battles have changed the shape of entertainment
Debuting ABC drama "Scandal" focuses on the world of crisis communications, and the PR wizards who specialize in spinning the news when public figures and corporations have gotten themselves into a…