Seeking to dispel the image of actors as limo-riding superstars, Screen Actors Guild prexy Melissa Gilbert has pledged she will seek a higher profile on labor issues for the org's 98,000 members.
AT&T Broadband said Tuesday its basic-cable subscriber rolls shrank by just under 130,000 customers in the third quarter.
Estee Lauder cosmetic king Ronald Lauder's Central European Media Enterprises has won a court ruling against its former partner in a Czech TV station.
Insolvent German entertainment company Helkon Media has asked to be delisted from Frankfurt's regulated market.
Slower than expected summer rentals -- and greater than expected expenditure on vidgame inventory --caused Blockbuster Video to miss its third-quarter earnings target.
Exhib AMC Entertainment posted a wider-than-expected fiscal second-quarter loss Tuesday, blaming "weak film product."
Vivendi Universal is mulling a sale of its Vivendi Environment stake in order to win control of Gallic telco Cegetel.
A Los Angeles Superior Court has confirmed a $30.5 million arbitration award against Village Roadshow Pictures (USA), on behalf of producers Lance Hool and Charles Meeker.
Blamed for the notoriously bad calls of Election Night 2000, the exit-polling consortium used by the TV news networks is not done running tests on improved technology set to bow under intense…
Former Sony Pictures Entertainment exec Jon Feltheimer has settled his lawsuit against his ex-employer on the day jury selection began in the case.
In response to sinking stock prices, corporate scandal and investor confusion, the 11 publicly traded cable companies on Monday outlined voluntary guidelines for more consistent and transparent…