Showbiz stocks were rattled Thursday, with cable hardest hit in a volatile market as investor confidence crumbles, scandal by scandal, probe by probe.
In a huge victory for Blockbuster and the Hollywood majors, U.S. District Court Judge Edward C. Prado on Thursday morning dismissed the 3-year-old antitrust case brought by independent video…
Alcon Entertainment has sued AMG for allegedly misrepresenting that the story of a racially integrated team that won the Little League World Series in 1955 was a true story.
During 90 minutes of sparring with the lead plaintiffs' lawyer in an antitrust trial Tuesday, Blockbuster chairman and CEO John Antioco denied that the adoption of revenue-sharing was driven…
Hollywood's writers suffered essentially a no-growth year in 2001 as the spike in work from a threatened strike was washed out by the industry's subsequent slowdown.
A top state labor regulator promised Wednesday that California will continue to prohibit managers and attorneys from acting as agents by procuring employment.
Vivendi Universal chairman-CEO Jean-Marie Messier apologized Wednesday for confusing investors, offered more detail on debt reduction and said he hopes to run the conglom for years to come.
Moving to deal with a sore point among members, the Screen Actors Guild has announced it will speed up processing of residual checks following reports of three-month delays.
Shares of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and the reputation of the nation's best-known homemaker were further pummeled Wednesday on reports that an insider-trading probe of Stewart had been expanded…
Sales company IAC Film is going into voluntary administration to avoid bankruptcy after failing to get its proposed public flotation off the ground.
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has won representation rights for freelance sports broadcast technicians employed by Fox Sports New York.