With today's FCC vote to loosen a host of media ownership rules all but a fait accompli, consolidation critics are looking to Congress as their last great hope.
In a last-minute shot prior to today's expected easing of media ownership rules, the Writers Guild of America West has questioned the veracity of how congloms count independent producers.
The King of All Media has blessed the proposed SAG-AFTRA consolidation and affiliation.
The California Supreme Court is expected to rule within 90 days in a case that could determine the extent of the studios' legal arsenal in their battle against DVD hacking programs such as DeCSS.
As the Federal Communications Commission votes June 2 to wave the checkered flag and lift media ownership rules, the shake-up may start with little more than a mild ripple.
Many of U.S. TV's biggest shows, including "Sex and the City," "The Sopranos" and "24," are huge hits in China -- but not for the companies that spawned them.
Will he or won't he? The suspense surrounding Haim Saban's takeover of Germany's biggest broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 and Europe's largest programming library is palpable, as wrangling with creditors…
Refusing to share the spotlight with Barry Diller, FCC topper Michael Powell canceled an interview with ABC's "Nightline" Thursday evening just four days before the agency is set to substantially…
Opponents of the proposed SAG-AFTRA consolidation have complained about possible privacy violations in recent SAG polling of members, citing restrictions put in place following the 1989 murder of…
Senate minority leader Tom Daschle will meet today with 40 key directors at DGA headquarters to discuss runaway production as part of the guild's ongoing efforts to push for federal incentive…
Sony Pictures Entertainment has restructured its media department, naming Stefanie Napoli as senior VP media and hiring Brad Goldberg as VP media.