Charter Communications shares lost almost 13% of their value Wednesday, closing at $1.29, as Moody's credit rating agency issued a damning downgrade on the cable operator's $21 billion in outstanding…
Netflix, the 4-year-old online DVD service, trimmed its net loss and bulked up on subscribers as it continued to prove the viability of its overnight DVD mail order rental service.
The Grey Lady may be taking a dip in the fountain of youth.
Does the press not "get" Michael Powell, or is he having a change of heart? At a Senate hearing Tuesday, the FCC chairman conveyed the message that he wasn't such a champion of deregulation after all.
The debate over relaxation of media ownership rules in the U.S. is heating up -- and Daily Variety believes that's a good thing.
Every year at awards time there's a little-known feud which develops between movie exhibitors and members of the various film making guilds.
They hate us. They really, really hate us. It's sobering to read the "Gallup Poll of the Islamic World."
He's back! Joe Lieberman, that stalwart "culture warrior," has announced his presidential bid, promising at the outset to "take on the entertainment industry for peddling sex and violence to our…
A peace treaty announced Tuesday between the record biz and Silicon Valley could reshape the debate over what role Capitol Hill should play in mandating antipiracy technology being sought by…
Publishers Weekly publisher Fred Ciporen has stepped down to head RBI Press, a new book publishing unit at Reed Business Information.
A District Court judge on Monday gave Hollywood and the major labels a greenlight to pursue their lawsuit against Sharman Networks, the foreign-based distributor of wildly popular file-swapping…