Is the Los Angeles Times about to change hands? Days after the LA Times endured another round of staff cuts, rumors are starting anew that newspaper could be acquired by an investor group led by…
Philippe Blatter, nephew of scandal-hit soccer boss Sepp Blatter, has been named as head of the new sports division at China's Wanda group.
The SMF pitches itself as an opportunity for "cross-collaboration, industry investment and celebrating creativity and talent."
Japan's Nippon Television Network Corp. has set up a Singapore subsidiary that will help it expand operations in Asia. The unit will be Nippon TV's third overseas division after offshoots in New York…
LONDON — Film and other parts of the creative communities escaped harsh cuts in the U.K. as the Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne announced his spending plans. The British Film Institute…
Revenues from its chain of theaters helped Chinese film studio Bona Film Group weather a weak quarter for its distribution activities.
A ruling is expected in the next few weeks on whether fantasy sports companies DraftKings and FanDuel will remain in business in New York state following a hearing Wednesday in New York Supreme…
A federal judge gave preliminary approval to a settlement reached by Sony Pictures Entertainment and ex-employees who sued over last year’s massive cyber attack. U.S. District Judge Gary Klausner…
UPDATED: Media titan Sumner Redstone has become a virtual shut-in who barely eats or speaks and is totally reliant on a team of caretakers, while those around him fight over control of the Viacom and…
Wanda boss seeks IPOs for film production and distribution, as the company's movie business is now many multiples bigger than its AMC Entertainment unit.
Major movie studios won a $10.5 million default judgment against MovieTube, the once-popular streaming service that shut down last summer. Studios claimed that the site has been the source of large…