In a renewed flare-up of a long-simmering war, Sheila E. told Capitol Hill on Tuesday that performers have a "basic American right" to get paid when songs are played on the radio, while broadcasters…
The Directors Guild of America has thrown cold water on the TV Academy's plans to trim the Emmy Awards.
Commercial broadcast TV viewing had a record first half in the U.K., according to the Broadcasters' Audience Research Board.
European online music service Spotify is primed for an assault on the U.S. market through the injection of $50 million in new funding.
Tokyo District Court has ruled in favor of the Toho studio in its piracy suit against a company that made and distributed DVDs of eight pics by helmer Akira Kurosawa.
With two of its own films under its belt, Marvel Entertainment is starting to look a little less like a comicbook publisher and more like DreamWorks Animation or the old Pixar.
The corporate crime that defined the end of the 20th century comes under dramatic scrutiny in Brit playwright Lucy Prebble's "Enron."
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) -- His mission accomplished, former President Bill Clinton left Pyongyang early Wednesday accompanied by American journalists Euna Lee and Laura Ling after North Korean leader…
North Korean media is reporting that Kim Jung Il has granted a special pardon to Laura Ling and Euna Lee, but it's unclear how rapidly they will be allowed to leave the country. Updated: Ling and…
"The Young Victoria," starring Emily Blunt, will close the Toronto Film Festival on Sept 19.
Studios have been caught off guard at steep declines in box office from the Friday opening to Saturday showings of films like "Bruno" and "Funny People." Is it a symptom of a cultural shift that…