The summer of 2004 is already becoming a tangled web for distribs hoping to set their tentpole release dates.
DirecTV has settled an acrimonious dispute with Walt Disney that will allow dish owners to continue watching ABC Family's reruns of "America's Funniest Videos," "7th Heaven" and "Whose Line Is It…
A new "Superman" may not be flying yet, but "Batman" is taking wing.
SAG will survive, at least in name, if its planned merger with AFTRA goes through. Maintaining the SAG name will likely help defuse potential opposition to the merger among the 98,000 SAG members.
Viacom stock stumbled Wednesday as war worries pushed two Wall Street analysts to trim their financial forecasts, even as a new MTV Networks deal in China reinforced the company's strong…
A Capitol Hill lawmaker introduced legislation Wednesday that would reform the process by which copyright royalty rates are set, as well as how those royalties are distributed.
Disney has appointed Troy Dow, VP-counsel technology and new media at the Motion Picture Assn. of America, as veep of government relations, effective April 7.
Spanish-broadcasting giant Univision Communications tightened its grip on the Hispanic media market Wednesday, as the Justice Dept. put its seal of approval on the broadcaster's $2.4 billion takeover…
The Recording Industry Assn. of American has settled a copyright infringement case with CD, DVD and videotape manufacturer Technicolor that accused the company of producing bootlegged discs…
Civilian Content, parent of the Film Consortium, has become the 100% owner of sales outfit the Works by acquiring BBC Films' 25% stake.
Auction dates have been set for the prized Seagram art collection, speeding up Vivendi Universal's daunting debt-reduction process.