Round two of "The Sopranos" wars starts today when HBO is expected to filed a $100 million suit against James Gandolfini, claiming that that figure represents the damage he will inflict on the…
They are the men in the middle. Broadway's producers bet on them. The musicians hate them. Until now, the guys who created the virtual orchestras have been virtually invisible. Suddenly, they're at…
Leaders of SAG and AFTRA have launched three days of closed-door meetings to hammer out key details of the proposed merger between the performers' unions.
Striking Broadway musicians and producers began what were billed as round-the-clock negotiations Monday night. The talks, held at Gracie Mansion at the invitation of Mayor Michael Bloomberg, are…
Vivendi Universal reportedly is looking for a buyer for its 55% stake in Gallic film group UGC and is close to selling two European cable operators, as speculation continues to swirl Monday around…
Cinea said it will collaborate with researchers at the Sarnoff Corp. to develop and deploy piracy-defeating technologies that will prevent the videotaping of movies as they play in theaters.
Stanford researchers said they have shoved the equivalent of a DVD-and-a-half's worth of data across the Internet from Silicon Valley to Amsterdam in less than a minute.
Germany's Deutsche Telekom, Europe's largest telco group, on Monday posted a net loss of €24.6 billion ($27.1 billion), the biggest in German corporate history.
Making television history, Bill Clinton on Sunday became the country's first ex-president to take his gig to primetime television. Clinton and former Senate Majority Leader Robert Dole -- a statesman…
German media Group EM.TV on Friday terminated its "nonbinding letter of intent" to sell 49.9% of the Jim Henson Co. to an investment group led by former UPN exec Dean Valentine.
Bertelsman CEO Gunter Thielen has added his weight to the belief that the German media giant will not become publicly listed in the next few years -- completing the U-turn that followed the downfall…