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…
Gemstar-TV Guide Intl. said Monday that it's under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists plans to keep all 33 of its U.S. offices open despite a significant reduction in funding from the Screen Actors Guild for many of the locations.
The U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission has put embattled home decorating mogul Martha Stewart on notice that civil charges of insider trading could be filed against her.
Exhib giant Regal Entertainment Group posted a six-fold increase in third-quarter profit to $36 million on Monday.
The Screen Actors Guild has proclaimed solidarity with its Canadian counterparts in its 5-month-old effort to beef up its contract enforcement on productions shot outside the United States.
Four Canadian TV and satellite industry players launched a C$100 million ($64 million) lawsuit Monday to try to stop satellite TV piracy in the Great White North.
Sales of DVD players, digital TVs and other digital video devices increased strongly in August and September despite a poor economy, the Consumer Electronics Assn. said.
A judge on Friday set aside much of this summer's tentative ruling in the Winnie the Pooh case, which will further delay the already 12-year-old trial.