French conglom Vivendi reported modest growth in the first quarter as a very tough comparison for its vidgame biz dragged down overall financial perf.
Time reports that John Edwards will endorse Barack Obama at a Grand Rapids, Mich., event this evening, ending months of speculation as to who the former presidential candidate would back. Response…
The Obama campaign promises a major endorsement will be announced this afternoon, and speculation is that it may be John Edwards. Meanwhile, as the Cannes Film Festival opened, Sean Penn appeared to…
California’s state Supreme Court will deliver its ruling on Thursday on whether the state can continue to ban same sex marriages. The repercussions are obviously huge, not only because it may clear…
That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. Hillary Clinton hits her stride after the West Virginia blowout, but the media covering her appears to be checking out. The Washington Post’s Dana…
The Howard Stringer turnaround era at Sony got its most glowing report card yet on Wednesday.
There’s little doubt that former Secretary of State James Baker likes HBO’s movie "Recount," its upcoming chronicle of the fabled 2000 post-election day Florida fiasco. He calls it "a very…
Hollywood's major TV studios are suddenly in a New York state of mind.
Double-digit revenue growth was matched by even higher increases in costs, sending Electronic Arts into the red for its fiscal year ended March 31.
With a U.S. Supreme Court hearing due to take place later this week, SAG and its former director of affirmative action have reached a settlement on a long-running legal dispute.
AFTRA and the majors have kept their primetime contract negotiations under the radar while the Screen Actors Guild still waits in the wings.