The legal battle over sanitized versions of Hollywood movies has heated up with a software supplier announcing it will file a countersuit against leading directors, the Directors Guild of America and…
Like it or not, Hollywood is betting that Sen. Joseph Lieberman (D-Conn.) will make violent entertainment and music a campaign issue when announcing his bid for presidency sometime this week.
SAG has tapped veteran ad industry exec Donald C. Richards as associate national director of affirmative action/diversity.
IN MY LITTLE MIND, I have memories of rude people.
Ratings agency Standard & Poor's has moved Vivendi Universal out of the intensive care unit into a regular hospital room, creditwise.
After flirting with the idea of intervening in a case involving DVD copying, the U.S. Supreme Court has reversed course and will stay out of the case for now.
Some nations have nativity plays. Spaniards' favorite Christmas dramas are real-life political meltdowns. This go-round has been no exception. Just before Christmas Day, Socialist opposition leader…
For record execs around the world, 2002 has shaped up to be a year best forgotten. Global music sales are expected to be down by nearly 10%, and things aren't likely to improve much in the coming…
The fight to further deregulate the airwaves is throwing together some unlikely bedfellows.
California has finally cracked down on one of Hollywood's dirty little secrets -- desperate actors paying to be seen by casting directors.
While execs at Universal worry about what nasty cuts Vivendi Universal topper Jean-Rene Fourtou has in store for them, they might spare a thought for the folks at StudioCanal.