Chinese officials have been busy fining and jailing copyright pirates and pornographers in the latest crackdown on intellectual property theft and vice.
Influential director Robert Altman, responsible for some of the most topical themed movies of the past three decades, including "MASH" and "Nashville," died Monday night in Los Angeles. Recent work…
The network says that the FCC "failed to turn up a shred of evidence suggesting that anyone at CBS participated" in the Super Bowl halftime show "wardrobe malfunction." The comments come in a court…
Time’s James Poniewozik notes that the eponymous character in ABC’s hit series "Ugly Betty" is "as Norman Rockwell as a chestnut-stuffed turkey" yet "if you listen to some politicians and pundits…she…
A federal judge said Monday she will postpone the wiretapping trial of Hollywood private eye Anthony Pellicano and several other co-defendants to Aug. 22.
"Borat" is fighting back. 20th Century Fox and the producers of the Sacha Baron Cohen mockumentary have filed an opposition to a request for a preliminary injunction sought by fraternity brothers who…
In an ambitious push into high-stakes soccer rights, France's Lagardere Group has inked a hefty $1.1 billion deal to acquire sports marketing and TV rights specialist Sportfive.
Mark Shaw is ankling CJ Entertainment after five years in high-profile jobs with the Korean giant.
A nephew of Sumner Redstone has filed suit against the Viacom chairman, claiming he was bilked out of a valuable stake in the family's business empire.
In its court challenge of the FCC's $550,000 indecency fine for the Janet Jackson breast flash at the 2004 Super Bowl, CBS said that the agency had overstepped its authority and issued the penalty in…
Yoshimoto Kogyo, Japan's biggest comic talent shop, has taken a 30% capital stake in Beijing-based events planning company China Xiangyu Cultural Development Corp.