With Al Gore bowing out of the bidding for the Democratic nomination last week, Hollywood is turning its full attention to 2004 presidential hopefuls John Kerry and John Edwards -- in that order.
Smart cards are big in Europe, popular with cell phone and credit-card users who like the fraud-stopping computer chips in the plastic rectangles.
Hotheaded TF1 topper Patrick Le Lay's temper is legendary among French media folk -- stories abound of the might-have-been deals on which he has tersely slammed the door.
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SAG has grown uncharacteristly silent lately, fueling speculation that its leaders are again laying groundwork for a merger with AFTRA.
Sen. Joseph Lieberman, a likely 2004 presidential candidate, on Thursday called for Congressional hearings on what he called "more and more vivid and violent" videogames.
The Caucus for Television Producers, Writers & Directors on Thursday said that a Federal Communications Commission study concluding that there is plenty of diversity on the airwaves is based on…
Cablevision went one step further toward shoring up its balance sheet Thursday by agreeing to sell off key wireless phone licenses from its Northcoast Communications unit to telco Verizon for roughly…
Leaders of SAG and AFTRA have pledged strong mutual support as they head into bargaining during 2003 and 2004 but remain vague on the overriding question of merging the nation's top performers unions.
The CBS pilot "Culture Shock" has become the latest reality entry to land in potentially hot water.
Racing to meet a self-imposed deadline to cut its debt load by $7 billion by year's end, Vivendi Universal has sold off another noncore asset.