On Tuesday, News Corp. said it would not rule out switching its current TV series from SAG to AFTRA contracts. SAG immediately blasted back, saying the company was using illegal "scare tactics."
TV shingle Endemol and Gallic ad agency Havas, both giants in their own sectors, have inked a pioneering, exclusive strategic alliance to produce digital formats in Spain.
A Los Angeles federal judge has moved the trial for "Watchmen" back two weeks to Jan. 20 after declining to issue a ruling on whether Fox or Warner Bros. controls the rights to the project.
Halle Berry and Tyler Perry will host the 40th NAACP Image Awards on Feb. 12, with the show airing live on Fox from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
News Corp. stock, which has fallen 58% in 2008, will soon be traded only on the Nasdaq.
A serial killer who died more than a decade ago is the person who decapitated the 6-year-old son of "America's Most Wanted" host John Walsh in 1981, police in Florida said Tuesday.
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A jury has ruled in favor of the organization that hands out the Academy Awards in a dispute over whether statuettes won by one of its founding members can be sold.
In an open letter printed in the Times newspaper in London on Tuesday, more than 100 British film and TV industry heavyweights expressed their alarm over the damage online piracy is inflicting on the…
Making a global play, Italo movie portal Play4film is looking to lure Middle Eastern movie buffs, having closed a 500-pic package deal with Cairo-based Arab Digital Alliance, the latest in its slew…