In a surprise move, the head of Granada America, David Gyngell, has quit to return to his former post as CEO of Oz's Nine Network.
Disney won a major battle Tuesday in its years-long war with the Slesinger family over Winnie the Pooh royalty payments when a California appellate court affirmed the 2004 dismissal of the case for…
Despite a looming contract expiration on Halloween, the bitter battle over a new deal for showbiz writers won't resume for another week.
The campaigns of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are each trying to temper expectations as yet another fund-raising quarter comes to an end on Sunday, with each side saying that the other will post…
Despite some confrontational exchanges, the first congressional hearing into the business of "degrading" and "stereotyping" images in hip-hop lyrics and videos sounded more like an impassioned debate…
The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists has promoted Joan Halpern Weise to the post of assistant national exec director of entertainment programming.
Updated That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. J.C. Watts, the last African-American to serve as a GOP member of Congress, called the decision by leading Republican candidates to skip…
Not even a drunken driving arrest can keep Hollywood folks from receiving awards.
In a pointed move, Jeffrey Katzenberg-led DreamWorks Animation on Monday named Tom Freston to its board of directors.
Actor Bradley Whitford debuted an online video he created as part of a new push by the Courage Campaign to defeat a Republican-led effort to change the way that California calculates its presidential…
It’s not technically another chapter in the talk show campaign, but Bill Clinton appears on "The Martha Stewart Show" on Wednesday to a new "giving initiative" called MyCommitment.org. The exposure…