Backers of the proposed SAG-AFTRA merger have received the blessing of the American Federation of Musicians, the third showbiz union to endorse the deal.
House Speaker Dennis Hastert (R-Ill.) is still annoyed that Oscar winner movie "Chicago," was filmed across the border in Toronto and has vowed to do something about it.
A bid to make the major record labels more accountable in the way they tally up artist royalties got a leg up in the California state Senate this week, passing out of the Judiciary Committee and into…
Viacom's Spike TV cable network has struck a deal with the 25-year-old Black Filmmakers Foundation that will give Spike a first look at the work of young blacks, Asians and Latinos.
Investors tuned in to debt-ridden Charter Communications Wednesday as Paul Allen's cabler narrowed losses for the first quarter and shed fewer subscribers.
Playboy Enterprise's aggressive cost-cutting and repositioning efforts are paying off. Wednesday the half-century-old men's entertainment company posted $600,000 in net earnings for the first quarter…
German media giant Bertelsmann on Wednesday reported a first quarter net loss of d399 million ($453 million) as write-offs, one-off costs, weak consumer demand in the U.S. and the falling value of…
The Federal Communications Commission's landmark June 2 vote on new media ownership rules is fast approaching. So why is it that we have heard so little elaboration from the body's free-marketeers?
The battle over the SAG-AFTRA merger has heated up with both sides grabbing as much heavy-hitting star power as possible.
To the Editor: I work for The Deccan Herald, a national daily in India. I am happy to know that “Swaraaj: The Little Republic” is getting good response worldwide but I could not agree with the intro…