With Lionsgate prepping for battle with Carl Icahn, the company's largest shareholder has declared he supports the current management of the mini-major.
Updated, edited from earlier post After speaking in Costa Mesa (below), President Obama apparently is overnighting in the Century City-Beverly Hills area, traffic started backing up mid-afternoon in…
Nearly two months after being fired by SAG's elected leaders, Doug Allen has returned.
All around the media, the AIG bonuses have inspired angry commentators, grandstanding politicos and late-night biting humor, all fueling a sense of populist outrage. All that is missing — so far — is…
Updated That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Jeff Zucker defended CNBC, calling Jon Stewart's attacks on the business network "incredibly unfair." Per the AP, "Zucker said while…
Supporters of the Oscar-winning Russian film director Nikita Mikhalkov have won the first round of a bitter court battle over the future of the country's filmmakers union.
Mediaset, the private-broadcasting empire of Italy's media-mogul Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, hopes to cash in on the recession by snapping up other firms while stock prices are low.
SAG's top exec has reassured thesps he's trying to break the stalemate with congloms on the feature-primetime contract.
Citing innovations by founder John S. Hendricks, Discovery Communications filed a patent infringement lawsuit Tuesday against Amazon over the dot-com's strong-selling Kindle.
DDA Public Relations is expanding its Los Angeles offices with the addition of a domestic publicity division to be led by veteran exec Dana Archer.
Producer Marcus Spence has teamed up with producer and director Paul Coy Allen to form Ten2One Entertainment.