Will showbiz scribes get a deal this week and, if not, what chance is there of a strike? Those are the unanswered questions percolating through the town.
Howard Stern ought to send a cookie basket to Congress and the FCC.
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It may soon be a federal crime to use a camcorder to record films in movie theaters across the country.
MGM is back on the auction block again, and this time, the Lion might actually get its price.
MarketCast, a leading entertainment research firm, has announced two promotions in its Los Angeles office.
New Line domestic distribution prexy David Tuckerman will receive the humanitarian award of the Variety Boys & Girls Club of Queens.
Hollywood's labor battles, currently centered on WGA negotiations, are likely to intensify in coming months. The Intl. Brotherhood of Teamsters -- which reps studio drivers, location scouts and…
As the Los Angeles County Dept. of Health comes to terms with two HIV-positive porn performers, the adult entertainment industry is chafing under the attention.
In an attempt at mending fences, Rep. Diane Watson (D-Los Angeles) has invited the Hollywood unions to Washington D.C. for a runaway production confab.
MGM shares dipped and Sony stock rose a day after reports of a possible Lion takeover by the Japanese-controlled studio, with those perfs reflecting market skepticism that a deal will be sealed any…
Viacom profit surged 60% last quarter as an advertising rebound and higher ratings buoyed broadcast and cable TV. Earnings jumped to $710 million in the first three months of 2004 from $443 million a…