A New York State Supreme Court judge has upped the ante in Spike Lee vs. Viacom.
The envelopes please... Bidders for Vivendi Universal's U.S. entertainment assets dispatched their first formal "expressions of interest" Monday, with the French conglom receiving five letters.
Alliance Atlantis has "turned the corner," according to company brass, as the Toronto-based producer, broadcaster and distributor Monday posted a year-end loss of C$18.8 million ($13.8 million).
Viacom seized on a proposal Monday from the judge in the case of Spike TV vs. Spike Lee that calls for a trial July 7, with no jury, to settle the issue of whether TNN can change its name to Spike TV.
As Marvel Enterprises focuses more on enterprises than on comics -- only 21% of its $229 million in revenue last year came from publishing comicbooks -- the Walt Disney Co. is paying more attention…
"Harry Potter" publisher Scholastic Entertainment has lost its case against the Fox Entertainment Group over kiddie TV series "Goosebumps."
The producers and amateur actors of a play have vowed to open it featuring live oral sex, believed to be a first in Canuck theater, despite the risk of arrest.
India's wealthiest execs are scrambling for shares in Rupert Murdoch's Star India after it applied to the government for permission to uplink the Star News channel from India.
David Brownstein won the right to return to his Writers and Artists offices at a hearing held Friday in Los Angeles Superior Court.
Former SAG prexy Barry Gordon has asked fellow performers to cool off in the heated battle over combining SAG and AFTRA.