Strong performance by its burgeoning TV division helped Lionsgate boost revenue by 11% last quarter, while net income shot up over 550%.
The Federal Communications Commission's third public hearing on the increasingly contentious subject of media consolidation will be held Feb. 23 in Harrisburg, Pa.
The plethora of new digital delivery systems vying for wide-scale adoption presents a massive headache for the three major Hollywood talent guilds, which are girding for negotiations with the studios…
Update Al Gore is expected at the Grammys this weekend, in what will be the kickoff of a whole new wave of speculation about his presidential ambitions. Gore has said repeatedly — almost robotically…
Updated Hillary Adds a Trip: In addition to meetings with fund raisers on Feb. 22 and a gala event on March 24, Hillary Clinton has added another visit to L.A.’s donor pool on March 2. She’ll be at a…
As the Los Angeles Times reported, presidential hopeful Rudolph Giuliani is mining California for support, with visits this weekend to Sacramento and Silicon Valley for the California Republican…
In her attempt to live down the pseudo-scandal of her relationship with an ex-Citigroup exec, CNBC's Maria Bartiromo is getting support from people in high places.
Intrepid Pictures is developing an adaptation of the "Couriers" series of graphic novels and tapped Javier Grillo-Marxuach, an Emmy winner for "Lost," to pen the screenplay.
The Directors Guild of America has tapped secretary-treasurer Gil Cates chairman of its film-TV negotiating committee for the third consecutive time.
As part of ongoing efforts to remake its image as a piracy haven, China has closed 205 Web sites in the past three months during a crackdown on illegal downloads of music and films and investigated…
A federal judge wagged a finger at record labels, ordering them to pay attorney costs for a woman they unsuccessfully sued for illegal music downloads.