Sex scenes on British TV have doubled since 1997, reflecting more relaxed public attitudes, researchers said Tuesday.
Univision Network will co-produce the first Democratic presidential candidate debate with MacNeil/Lehrer Productions and air a Spanish-lingo broadcast two days after the live debate.
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Teutonic multiplex operator CinemaxX has reported losses for 2002 and the first half of 2003, blaming hot summers, a slump in auds and increasing piracy.
Hollywood should brace itself for another rocky ride with writers. The complex and contentious issues of DVD residuals, jurisdiction over reality TV, healthcare costs and free rewrites have become…
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has slammed the California recall election, becoming the first showbiz union to take a stand on the Oct. 7 vote.
Two Los Angeles men have been charged with embezzling thousands of dollars for allegedly participating in "sham" recording sessions during the past five years.
The California Supreme Court handed Hollywood Studios a major victory Monday as it overturned a lower court ruling and declared the First Amendment does not allow a publisher to disseminate private…
Conservatives loved to call CNN the Clinton News Network, but Monday that moniker might as well have been changed to the Al Franken News Network.
As if Vivendi Universal didn't have enough on its hands, the Internal Revenue Service is still trying to hit the Gallic conglom up for some $2.7 billion in taxes including interest on DuPont shares…
Leaders of AFTRA have reiterated their opposition to the FCC's attempt to ease media ownership rules.
When a salary scuffle shut down production of "Everybody Loves Raymond" two weeks ago, the war over wages came close to causing some collateral damage to the show's production crew.
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