With the Screen Actors Guild's contract talks showing negligible progress, the Intl. Cinematographers Guild has blasted SAG's leadership -- and SAG has hit back hard.
Dolby Labs has landed commitments for its 3-D systems on more than 350 screens in Europe, Asia and the Americas.
The Federal Communications Commission will seek public comment on the increasing use of product integration and whether it conforms to agency rules on sponsorship identification.
That, and other news, in today's Political Panorama. With Barack Obama on the cover, the new Rolling Stone features several stories on his campaign, including one that looks at his advantage in…
Musicians and record labels took a major first step toward winning a performance royalty as a House subcommittee passed a bill that would require such payment from broadcast radio.
NBC News has settled a $105 million lawsuit alleging that an episode of "Dateline NBC -- To Catch a Predator" had caused a man to kill himself. Terms were undisclosed.
George Clooney's not choosing sides in the increasingly ugly battle between the Screen Actors Guild and AFTRA over the latter's tentative deal.
Plans for parties and promotion are firming up for this year's Democratic and Republican conventions. On Wednesday, MySpace and NBC News announced a Decision '08 contest in which MySpace users over…
Months after announcing his first comicbook property, producer Vin Di Bona is ramping up his graphic novel plans, forming Invisible Hand Studios, and inking a deal with Devil's Due Publishing to…
Harry Shearer wanted to promote his upcoming CD "Songs from the Bushmen" — with satircal songs about President Bush — on a dozen billboards in the Chicago market. Initially excited by the prospect of…