The 2nd Tribeca Film Festival has announced its slate of special events, screenings and guests to mark the 25th anniversary of the Black Filmmaker Foundation, including Harry Belafonte, Mos Def and…
The Writers Guild of America West has disclosed a second round of tightened benefits and cost hikes in its health insurance plan, mirroring similar moves by other Hollywood unions in recent months.
Weary of charges that he is conducting a secretive rewrite of media ownership rules, FCC topper Michael Powell fired back Thursday, accusing Democratic commissioner Michael Copps of failing to make…
The Recording Industry Assn. of America has settled all four of its legal complaints against college students that it accused of setting up and running free file-swapping services with thousands of…
Producer Chuck Lorre and his Meshuggenuh Prods. have sued Carsey-Werner-Mandabach, claiming he is owed more than $3.4 million in net profits on the 1990s series "Grace Under Fire."
Mr. T has sued Best Buy Co. for using his likeness and voice in a television advertising campaign. According to the complaint, filed Tuesday in L.A. Superior Court, Best Buy, one of the nation's…
Tough conditions in the radio and especially the live-entertainment sectors held Clear Channel Communications to a flat financial performance in the first quarter -- and the company warned that…
The Screen Actors Guild has proclaimed success in its year-old Global Rule One campaign to beef up contract enforcement on productions shot outside the United States and aimed at the U.S. market.
Public TV stations are breathing a sigh of relief. The FCC handed them a break Tuesday, giving them an additional six months to start airing a portion of their programming in digital.
Classic animated character "Astro Boy" will zoom back to the U.S. via Kids' WB, which has ordered 26 episodes of a new version of the cartoon series.