The message Jonathan Bing attempted to convey in his April 10 Daily Variety article ("There's no place like home," Locations special issue) is slightly inaccurate.
The Directors Guild of America has modified its national contract with commercial producers for work outside Southern California and the New York City area.
Starting Tuesday, Internet file-swappers began getting some unexpected personal correspondence on their screens from the record industry, advising them to stop posting copyrighted music on the Web -…
Europe must work harder to prevent pay TV, radio and Internet piracy, according to a report published Tuesday by the European Union.
The noose is tightening around pay TV pirates in Hong Kong, where a new law is set to allow civil action against viewers.
Underscoring the split within the FCC over new media ownership rules, the two Democratic commissioners blasted FCC Chairman Michael Powell on Monday over his adherence to the June 2 deadline to wrap…
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Michael Powell gave a strong endorsement Monday of his favorite deregulatory themes.
Perplexed Vivendi Universal watchers -- which includes just about everybody on Wall Street and showbiz these days -- are hoping the conglom will lift the shroud of obscurity surrounding its future…
"X2" is actually an accurate title for the "X-Men" sequel, as the new picture is about twice as good as the original, although this will mean very different things to various constituencies. Despite…
"I've held horrible jobs. Thankless, back-breaking, soul-sucking, predawn to postdusk death sentences. Plagues disguised as eight-hour OSHA-approved workdays. A miserable grind, where minimum wage…
With a longevity that is rare, Julian Myers has been a Hollywood publicist for more than six decades. And for the past 27 years, he's been giving a hand up to a younger generation by teaching…