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?
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…
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…
Roberta Reardon has been elected president of AFTRA's New York local, succeeding Anne Gartlan, who won for first VP.
Members of the European Union Parliament urged Brussels lawmakers on Thursday to beef up punishment for piracy.
Opponents of the pending SAG-AFTRA merger said Wednesday that they will ask the National Labor Relations Board to oversee the upcoming referendum.
The gloves came off Wednesday as numerous senators called FCC commissioners on the carpet for their decision to dramatically loosen media ownership regs.
Hillary Clinton's publisher Simon & Schuster is steaming after the Associated Press got its hands on a copy of the former first lady's memoir, "Living History," not due to be published until Monday.
Just in case Vivendi Universal didn't hear him clearly the first time, Viacom chief Sumner Redstone reiterated he's not interested in buying Universal Studios.