In a move to boost jurisdiction, leaders of the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists have moved toward raising the standard initiation fee from $1,300 to $1,600 -- and earmark those…
Distrib Movie-Eye Entertainment filed for bankruptcy at Tokyo District Court on Tuesday with debts of $45 million.
The Oscar winning screenwriter of "On the Waterfront" and author of "What Makes Sammy Run" died today at age 95. Schulberg also wrote "A Face in the Crowd," his tale of a megalomaniacal TV persona…
Updated As reported earlier, producer Steve Bing supplied the plane for former President Clinton's trip to North Korea. But he also picked up the tab for the entire mission. From ABC News: "Bing, a…
A judge has delayed sentencing R&B singer Chris Brown on an assault charge to seek more input from Virginia authorities about whether Brown could do community labor in that state.
Shepard Fairey has a new portrait of Barack Obama in the latest Rolling Stone, this image casting more doubt on the president's follow through of his promises. "Will he take bold action or…
News Corp. upped its share in German pay TV company Sky Deutschland (formerly Premiere) from 30.5% to 39.96% on Wednesday.
Endemol chairman-CEO Ynon Kreiz has given his senior exec team a makeover and taken operational control of the group's 80 companies in 26 countries.
In the upcoming issue of Parade, Brad Pitt reiterates that he doesn't plan to marry Angelina Jolie when "it's legal for everyone else." "When someone asked me why Angie and I don't get married, I…
News Corp. chairman-CEO Rupert Murdoch said that his company plans, perhaps by as early as next summer, to charge for all of its news websites and stop the hemorrhaging of revenue that's been…
The Campaign For a Commercial-Free Childhood has asked the Federal Trade Commission to step in to stop the film industry from advertising violent PG-13 films in broadcast and cable TV shows aimed at…