TV One, the cable network aimed at African-American viewers, will cover Barack Obama's nominating convention but is ignoring John McCain's.
Updated Is a celebrity candidate about to trump another celebrity candidate's political aspirations? That may be in the works in Minnesota, when satirist Al Franken's campaign to unseat incumbent…
The bad blood between SAG and AFTRA -- culminating in the unprecedented SAG campaign against AFTRA's primetime deal -- didn't develop overnight.
The broadcast networks are considering the option of anchoring coverage of the Democratic National Convention from some location in Denver other than the site of the event, the Pepsi Center…
Singaporean and Malaysian authorities have collaborated for the first time to crack down on cross-border trade in pirate DVDs.
Despite the Screen Actors Guild's avid campaign, members of the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists have ratified the union's primetime deal by 62.4% -- a tally strong enough to send a…
I'm pleased to announce the debut on Wednesday of a new feature — "Wilshire & Washington" on the radio. I'm be hosting a half-hour BlogTalkRadio show on politics, entertainment and new media along…
The Argentine Supreme Court has upheld a ban that stops telcos from offering pay TV.
One in three Americans and Brits is making unauthorized copies of DVDs, according to research sponsored by a maker of digital rights management systems.
The Screen Actors Guild's leverage at the bargaining table with the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers began to erode on Oct. 1. That's the day the Writers Guild of America put out the…