The lastest twist in this most contentious and confusing Oscar season -- Friday's stunning court decision that struck down the ban on "screeners" -- has sent the studios scrambling.
The David-slays-Goliath aspect of Friday's ruling leaves the MPAA and its topper Jack Valenti to wonder if it was the indies' slingshot or the strategic missteps of the giant studios that led to…
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"The Ellen DeGeneres Show" and WAD Prods. have agreed to representation by the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees for below-the-line employees.
The Writers Guild of America West has selected attorney and writer Marshall Goldberg as general counsel to replace Doreen Braverman, who announced her departure in September.
Skittish NBC affils in Iowa concerned with equal-time rules declined to air the Peacock's "Saturday Night Live," which was hosted Saturday by Democratic presidential contender Al Sharpton.
In a move certain to generate hostility among competitors and the entertainment industry, vidgame developer Sega of America filed a lawsuit against Fox and Electronic Arts on Thursday, claiming their…
On Nov. 28, Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar bit a near decade-old bullet.
Hollywood's movie piracy problem is about to get worse. The Motion Picture Assn. of America estimates that the film biz looses $3.5 billion a year due to piracy.
The MPAA's ban on awards screeners drew ire from indies, the creative community and journalists.
Can Hollywood learn from the music industry's problems with file sharing? Many think so.
In Hollywood, it's all about image. And the major studios have presented the image that they are united in a global fight against piracy.
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