Helen Hunt has endorsed the proposed SAG-AFTRA "consolidation-and-affiliation" plan and said her name was used improperly as backing a no vote.
Thousands of cable TV insiders will gather today in Chicago as the National Cable TV Assn.'s annual show opens in earnest. The timing couldn't be better for media watchers, coming just a week after…
Penelope Cruz has settled her defamation suit against Australian magazine New Idea after the mag admitted a cover story in its March 8 edition was untrue.
The bulls are massing again on Wall Street, with media stocks enjoying some of their biggest rallies in recent memory. Motivated by interest rate cuts, strong upfront TV ad sales and the prospect of…
For many industry players and public interest groups, last week's FCC rulings felt like someone sprinkled salt over a nagging wound. Most were disappointed, but few were stunned by the latest dereg…
Susan Crabtree -- D.C. Spin
The Blair Affair has turned the New York Times into the kind of place a hot-blooded Alabama boy could hardly expect to feel comfortable. Indeed, even before executive editor Howell Raines resigned…
Unhappy homemaker Martha Stewart has been dragged through the mud for more than a year after one stupid stock trade -- all to the greater glee of the table-setting public. But in a nation that loves…
Will Xavier Couture, former general manager of Gallic private web TF1 and the recently ousted topper of Canal Plus Group, be rehired by the private web?
Court TV's suit against the state of New York has entered the oral argument stage. Channel is seeking a declaratory judgment that the New York state law prohibiting cameras in trial courts is…
Vivendi Universal's asset disposal program was dealt a setback Thursday, as the European Commission said it is widening its probe into the planned $1.5 billion sale of Viv U's European publishing…