Russia's outdated broadcasting regulatory framework has come under the spotlight in a report from European Commission body, the European Audiovisual Observatory.
A federal judge rejected claims that Sony's "God of War" videogame infringes on a series of works from two Northern California screenwriters.
Tom Hanks, along with Steven Spielberg, checked in on a coffee pot he gave to the White House press corps in 2004. Earlier, Hanks addressed a group of veterans at the World War II Memorial, as part…
The latest hearing on Comcast's proposed takeover of NBC Universal examined a host of concerns.
John Wells, the president of the Writers Guild of America, West, didn't outright say that he was opposed to the Comcast-NBC Universal pact, but he sure had serious reservations. The exec producer…
The Comcast and NBC Universal merger was once again before a congressional committee this morning, this time with two key figures in deciding whether the pact will get government approval: FCC…
Rolling off its Cesar nod for best docu, "Henri-Georges Clouzot's Inferno" has been picked up by U.S. company Flicker Alley for all rights distribution.
Richard Linklater and Sally Potter are among high-profile helmers recruited for jury duty by the Babelgum Online Film Festival dedicated to professionally produced short films, held in tandem this…
The financiers at indebted EMI Group are facing yet another blow as a High Court judge in London ponders the level of fine the label should pay after breaking the terms of its contract with veteran…
Japanese video software sales fell 4.2% year-on to $3.04 billion in 2009, according to a report issued by the Japan Video Software Association (JVA) on Wednesday. This is the fifth straight year of…
USC's Norman Lear Center will unveil a study tomorrow that shows that L.A. local newscasts are obsessed with crime and celebrity. That is certainly not a shocker. It's been more than a generation…