After a monthlong trial, a contestant, his wife and an audience member were found guilty Monday of cheating to win the £1 million ($1.56 million) prize of the U.K. version of "Who Wants to Be a…
Barry Diller, who has helped amalgamate and run some of the biggest entertainment congloms, now says he's dead set against D.C.'s push to further deregulate the TV biz and give a handful of media…
The Writers Guild of America has launched an organizing drive aimed at scribes working in the booming reality TV sector.
In a potential stumbling block for the pending SAG-AFTRA merger, local AFTRA broadcasters will be allowed to pay significantly lower annual dues than actors.
If and when disaster hits Los Angeles, Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) wants to make sure Hollywood can pay its medical bills.
A judge has tentatively agreed to grant a motion by Daily Variety and the Los Angeles Daily Journal to open the record in a licensing dispute between Marvel and Sony over Spider-Man that was filed in…
AOL Time Warner shares surged Monday in a buoyant market as Morgan Stanley analyst Rich Bilotti gave the giant media conglom a much-needed vote of confidence ahead of its quarterly earnings this…
Dolby Labs will buy the assets and research talent of DemoGraFX Inc., which develops ways to better display high-end digital video.
Undaunted by the focus on the war against Iraq, the key GOP backer of federal anti-runaway-production legislation has pledged to keep pushing a tax credit bill aimed at productions under $10 million.
SAG and AFTRA have moved a step closer to merging, establishing a governing structure for a new performers union with ambitious growth plans.