Washington is already awash in Hollywood types, in anticipation of the White House Correspondents dinner on Saturday. Examples: Jessica Alba and Keri Russell visited the West Wing this morning…
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has endorsed New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg in his campaign for a third term.
The slump in the U.S. auto industry helped send Sirius XM Radio to a loss of $236.6 million in the first quarter and its first-ever quarterly decline in net subscriber additions.
Vidgame publisher Activision Blizzard beat Wall Street estimates with its first-quarter earnings, driven by strong sales for the "Call of Duty," "Guitar Hero" and "World of Warcraft" franchises.
Warner Music Group CEO Edgar Bronfman was critical of the digital music biz Thursday as the label reported that online sales growth slowed while the company's losses widened.
Cablevision Systems said the company is considering a spinoff of Madison Square Garden as the company reported a first-quarter profit Thursday.
It's looking less likely that Roman Polanski will ever enter the U.S., at least as a free man.
News Corp.'s German pay TV operator Premiere is set to be rebranded Sky Deutschland, following the convention set up by the conglom for its British paybox BSkyB and Sky Italia.
The German Federal Film Board (FFA), the country's main film subsidy org, has resumed production funding after shutting down earlier this year in the wake of a legal dispute between it and cinema…
Mexico's Gussi has taken all rights to the U.S., Canada and Mexico on Chilean toon "Papelucho," a comic book adaptation.
One of the highlights of the Politics on Film festival in D.C. this weekend will be the docu version of Thomas Frank's book,"What's the Matter with Kansas?" The premise of the best-selling tome…