President Barack Obama paid tribute to the late actor Christopher Reeve, who emerged as an advocate for embryonic stem cell research after he was paralyzed in a horseback riding accident.
The industry's chief lobbying firm will hold an all day symposium on April 21 to "educate top national policy and lawmakers about the economic impact of the motion picture industry." The event…
The agency that mails out coupons for digital TV converter boxes expects to eliminate its wait list in two and a half weeks, an official said Thursday.
General Motors Corp. is ending its 22-year support for Emmy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Ken Burns.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Smashing Pumpkins' Billy Corgan will testify before the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday in the first hearing on the Performance Rights Act…
Pay TV giant BSkyB has proposed that it should work with pubcaster Channel 4 to run a portfolio of new pay channels.
Gaul's government is shortening the window between theatrical and DVD release from six months to four.
Leaders of the Screen Actors Guild have signaled they're exploring ways to end the stalemate with the congloms over the guild's feature-primetime deal.
A lawsuit has been filed over the "shady" background of two "Terminator: Salvation" producers.
Anticipating competition from high-tech giants making their first foray into the entertainment industry, global post and fulfillment conglom Ascent Media Group has undertaken a major reorganization…
Warner Bros.' edgy superhero pic "Watchmen" grossed an estimated $55.7 million from 3,611 theaters in its domestic B.O. debut, coming in lower than expected but still scoring the best opening of the…