Investors will get their first taste of 2003 vintage earnings this week as Viacom and AOL Time Warner line up to report first-quarter results and possibly offer up a meaty deal or two that may kick…
Cleaning house over at Gemstar TV Guide is proving expensive. Gemstar-TV Guide International will have to fork over some $37 million for the privilege of firing former chief executive Henry Yuen and…
Underlining worries over runaway production, Los Angeles Mayor James Hahn and Councilman Eric Garcetti hosted about 50 showbiz execs and union leaders Monday to hammer out possible remedies.
California lawmakers are poised to clear up key provisions of the 64-year-old Coogan Law to help child actors keep their money.
The Washington state senate easily passed a bill that would impose a $500 fine on anyone selling children videogames that realistically depict violence against law enforcement personnel.
IATSE president Thomas Short has told the 100,000 union members that dealing with soaring health insurance costs will remain a key priority for the below-the-line showbiz union.
Troubled Headline Media Group announced declining losses in the second quarter, after implementing dramatic cost-cutting measures to turn the company around in late 2002.
Entertainment finance specialist Carolyn Hunt has joined the Century City offices of law firm Loeb & Loeb as a partner
Court papers filed late last week in the still-sealed lawsuit between Marvel Enterprises and Sony Pictures Entertainment seeking termination of the Spider-Man license shed more light on the alleged…
AFTRA's national board has granted strike authorization at Clear Channel radio stations WLTW, WKTU, WAXQ and WWPR in New York.
The Bush administration is backing the record industry's fight to force Verizon and other Internet service providers to hand over the names of customers file-swapping pirated music.