Amid the flurry of activity leading up to the FCC media ownership ruling just months away, a coalition of Hollywood TV producers aiming to increase the nets' indie programming brought their campaign…
Azteca America, the No. 3 Spanish-lingo network in the U.S., has overcome a major legal hurdle that would have prevented its continued expansion.
Political opposition is growing over a change to the U.K.'s proposed cross-media ownership rules that would allow News Corp. boss Rupert Murdoch to buy a commercial web.
Warner Bros. and J.K. Rowling have won a court case in Amsterdam blocking publication of a Dutch translation of a Russian novel that claims to spoof the "Harry Potter" stories.
Welcome to the Alliance of Intl. Media Artists, the proposed name for the umbrella union that would be created if the SAG-AFTRA merger goes through.
Efforts by the MPAA and others to expand state-level anti-piracy laws are "wolves in sheep's clothing" that could have "a profound and destructive impact on consumers," the Consumer Electronics Assn…
David Leckie has been tapped CEO of Australia's second-ranked Seven Network, 15 months after being dumped from the top job at Kerry Packer's market leader Channel Nine.
Gear is shifting into neutral. This year's first issue of Bob Guccione Jr.'s men's magazine will also be its last -- at least in its current form as something slightly more clothed than Guccione…
In a surprise vote, Italy's lawmakers approved legislation that will curb -- if only slightly -- media magnate and Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's stranglehold on the TV market Wednesday.
Vivendi Universal said Wednesday that a tax dispute involving the sale of DuPont stock eight years ago is under appeal at the Internal Revenue Service and that a resolution won't have a material…
A Federal court has ordered Hoyts Cinemas and National Amusements to offer wheelchair space as part of their stadium seating configuration, and not merely leave some space on the surface level…