With Mitt Romney now the official Republican presidential nominee, the question for Hollywood is what a Romney presidency would mean for showbiz.
Stop Online Piracy Act
Hollywood and its supporters are feeling something akin to a hangover following the sidelining of the Stop Online Piracy Act and a companion bill in the Senate.
The chief sponsor of a major anti-piracy bill pending in the House Judiciary Committee said he plans to remove one of its most controversial provisions.
As today's Iowa caucus stands to clarify the contours of the 2012 presidential race, one issue of utmost concern to the Hollywood lobby has earned only passing mention on the trail: pending…
MPAA chairman dismisses concerns of threat to Web
Hollywood studios, networks, and guilds and unions, and other content creators are pouring money into a broadcast and cable ad campaign, hoping to drum up support for a major piece of anti-piracy…
The rhetoric in the D.C. battle over a major piece of online antipiracy legislation is that it would either save jobs or kill innovation, but there were moments during a Wednesday congressional…
The SOPA anti-piracy bill might be strongly backed by the Hollywood community, but the Consumer Electronics Association - the group behind the annual Consumer Electronics Show - wants no part of it…
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, responding to predictions that anti-piracy legislation would give foreign regimes reason to censor the web, said that there "is no contradiction between…
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