Taking the stand for the second time Tuesday in his ongoing lawsuit against his former partner and longtime friend Jean Doumanian, Woody Allen insisted that the whole matter should simply have been…
Longtime lobbyist Peggy Binzel will leave the media and entertainment biz upon ankling her gig as exec veep of the National Cable & Telecommunications Assn. June 30, the org announced Tuesday.
The conflict that's keeping New York Yankees' games off local cable systems reaching 3 million subscribers ended up in the New York State legislature Tuesday.
A federal court has overturned a ruling that would have forced SonicBlue to track the viewing habits of customers who use its ReplayTV digital video recorder.
The Canuck actors union vowed to "fight for Canadian productions" Sunday at the first national policy confab held in 25 years.
Don't hold your breath waiting for SAG and Hollywood agents to go back to the negotiating table. Screen Actors Guild leaders admit they have gotten nowhere with efforts to restart negotiations over…
Looking more animated than he has since the beginning of the trial, Woody Allen took the stand Monday and denied that his former friend and producer Jean Doumanian bailed him out when TriStar…
The game of musical chairs launched when Vivendi Universal topper Jean-Marie Messier ousted Canal Plus chief Pierre Lescure continues to be played out across the upper echelons of the Parisian film…
Leaders of the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees have reversed course and restored the charter of Las Vegas-based IA Local 720, which reps at least 1,300 stagehands and other entertainment…
Lew Wasserman, the last of Hollywood's major builders, died at home Monday of complications from a stroke. He was 89. He transformed the agency biz, and his influence on film and TV production…
Staving off a political battle, the Federal Communications Commission is expected to keep on the books program access rules ordering cablers with a stake in a network to offer those nets to…