Shares of Sirius Satellite Radio plunged 7.67% Tuesday to $3.85 after the Gotham company lowered its target for subscriber growth on disappointing holiday sales.
Awards season 2006 has its first piracy case. Law enforcement officials on Monday arrested John Acas and his cousin Sheryl Demesa on charges of stealing and illegally posting online numerous…
Weinstein Books, the tome division of The Weinstein Company, has made its first acquisitions in its new guise, picking up the U.S. rights to Vincent Lam's story collection "Bloodletting and…
A long history of bad blood between the Writers Guild of America and the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has boiled over.
The diamond industry already has mounted a campaign to counter "Blood Diamond," which opens this weekend, and now the U.S. government has stepped in. Hoping to stave off questions raised by the…
Democrats haven't formally taken control of Congress yet, but they're already making their resistance to media consolidation known to FCC chairman Kevin J. Martin, a Republican who favors easing…
Lawyers representing residents of a Romanian village in a $30 million lawsuit against the "Borat" filmmakers have been instructed to make specific legal allegations for their lawsuit to proceed.
A top Vivendi exec called the French conglom's 20% stake in NBC Universal "nonstrategic" and suggested it could be sold to buy Vodafone's stake in French telco SFR.
Comedy Central plans politically themed mobile content show, "Lil’ Bush: Resident of the United States," with a school-age George W. Bush leading a band of kids including a little Condi and little…
Participant Prods., responsible for "An Inconvenient Truth," turns to another Democratic leader who has rebounded from a stinging political defeat with a new documentary on Jimmy Carter. Jonathan…
The saber rattling has started in earnest between Hollywood writers and employers. In a message sent to members over the weekend, WGA West president Patric Verrone amped up the hostility with a…