Campaigning has intensified over the proposed SAG-AFTRA merger, with both sides stepping up activity prior to 175,000 ballots going out June 9.
"Wedding Planner" director Adam Shankman has sued Jennifer Lopez for $5 million for allegedly cutting him out of a remake of "Carmen" the singer-actress is developing at Universal.
With TV station ownership regulations looking increasingly likely to be relaxed, prospects for a flood of buying and selling has Wall Street traders -- and no doubt investment bankers -- giddy with…
If you heard agent Richard Lovett giddily warbling Chaka Khan's "I'm Every Woman" at Creative Artists Agency last week, it was with good reason.
Now we know what it take to make a reclusive billionaire talk: really angry sports fans. In a striking shift, press-shy Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen recently gave The Oregonian newspaper a few…
John Malone has come clean about his intentions for Vivendi Universal Entertainment. He wants it. All of it.
With the New York Times in full self-flagellatory mode, few at the nation's leading newspaper expect the scandal of Jayson Blair's fraudulent reporting to dissipate anytime soon.
Determined to usher in a new era, FCC topper Michael Powell rejected his Democratic colleagues' request to postpone a vote on rules governing media ownership for one month.
Directors Guild of America president Martha Coolidge has become the latest high-profile Hollywood player to endorse the SAG-AFTRA merger, although the DGA has not taken an official position.
Sony Corp. and other U.S. movie studio owners may succeed in forcing DVD-copying products off the market after a federal judge indicated she may decide the products violate federal copyright law.
Gemstar narrowed its losses but posted a nearly 13% slump in revenues for the first quarter of 2003 -- the troubled company's first reporting period after a slew of financial restatements and legal…