The Bush Administration said Thursday that the war on terrorism includes making sure the proceeds from pirated pics and music don't become a vehicle for financing terrorist networks.
Howard Stern sued Telepictures Prods. and ABC Thursday, claiming the reality series "Are You Hot? The Search for America's Sexiest People" is a ripoff of the videotaped version of his radio show…
The ad industry's chief negotiator has declared that he does not expect a strike from the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists, three years after the thesps…
Workers at Canal Plus went on strike Wednesday night, blacking out live programs "Les Guignols" and "Contre-Journal" after the Gallic paybox announced 450 job cuts.
In true "Sopranos" style, the brouhaha over the fifth season of the hit HBO show has turned into a bare-knuckled brawl -- and could even KO the show. Production on season five, scheduled to get under…
Now that French fries have been renamed "freedom fries" in the cafeteria of the U.S. Congress, what will they call them at the Universal Grill? Morale is falling at Universal Studios as the Gallic…
The Children's Miracle Network of children's hospitals will honor actor Christopher Reeve and CNN's Larry King for their long-standing commitment to children.
Film-TV production company Plural Entertainment, a division of Spain's largest media conglom Grupo Prisa, is moving its U.S. office from New York City to Miami.
Gemstar TV Guide's tenacious former CEO and chief financial officer have agreed to testify before the Securities and Exchange Commission regarding a probe into the company's financial reporting.
Reality vet Bruce Nash ("Meet My Folks") has teamed with comicbook king Stan Lee to search for the next big superhero.
U.S. billionaire George Soros took majority control of Croatia's largest cable TV company, Digital City Media (DCM), Tuesday with a $5 million recapitalization through the Soros Investment Fund.