Running on the Independence Party ticket, Dean Barkley is challenging Al Franken and Norm Coleman in their Minnesota race for the U.S. Senate. Barkley’s first ad — for the Web — certainly has a…
Seven months after the end of a bruising strike, Hollywood scribes have issued an early warning to the majors: Get ready for a contentious rematch in 2011, when the current Writers Guild of America…
U.K.-based investment group Silchester Intl. Investors has dramatically increased its buys of Japanese content shares since last spring, including Kadokawa Group Holdings, Bandai Namco Holdings…
After Monday’s showdown with the New York Times, the McCain campaign tried to restrict media access to Sarah Palin’s United Nations visit, until the networks threatened to boycott coverage of the…
Major music industry and artist organizations have agreed on a way to get paid for music that is digitally distributed but not necessarily downloaded.
That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. Four days away from the first presidential debate, and the campaigns are in full swing setting expectations for their candidates. Mike Allen…
A New York City judge says Dan Rather can proceed with his $70 million lawsuit accusing CBS of violating its contract with him when the network fired him.
AEG, the concert promotion and facilities giant behind downtown's L.A. Live complex, has shopped a proposal to area broadcast stations about partnering on a digital channel that would feature…
The producers behind the widely panned Fox sitcom "Do Not Disturb" are taking a new approach with critics: Kill 'em with self-deprecation.
Michelle Son, head of sales at Korean production and sales company Showeast for six years, has launched her own sales outfit, M-Line Distribution.