Why don't they just go ahead and schedule a debate? Hillary Clinton and Rudolph Giuliani — front runners for in their respective party's nominations — have set May 30 for industry fund-raisers. As…
After turning the Frank Miller graphic novel "300" into a hit, Warner Bros. has optioned the rights to Miller's "Ronin" to adapt into a live-action feature. Sylvain White ("Stomp the Yard") will…
Stars, studio execs and politician turned out for Jack Valenti's funeral on Tuesday, mourning the longtime head of the Motion Picture Assn. of America who effortlessly mixed the worlds of D.C. and…
Joost, a company attempting to broadcast television via the Internet, said Tuesday it had signed several new content distribution agreements, including one with Turner Broadcasting System to show CNN…
That, and other news, in today's Political Panorama. Updated Corrected from previous post. House speaker Nancy Pelosi, director Steven Spielberg and Kirk Douglas are among the dignitaries expected at…
Litigation firm Fox Spillane Shaeffer is changing its name to Spillane Shaeffer Aronoff Bandlow, reflecting recent changes in its roster of partners.
Google is striking back at Viacom, claming in its first legal filing in the case that the media conglom's $1 billion-plus lawsuit will fundamentally change the nature of the Net.
Televisa topper Emilio Azcarraga Jean stepped down from the board of telco Telmex, to comply with an antitrust requirement in order to complete acquisitions of other Mexican cable companies.
Seeking to avoid a collision with the expiration of the Writers Guild contract, AFTRA leaders have extended the expiration of the union's Network Television Code from Nov. 15 to Jan. 31.
Since 1985, when it joined refrigerators and jet engines as assets of General Electric, NBC has faced questions of a spinoff or sale. The notion has been raised more frequently since 2003, when NBC…