The Screen Actors Guild has launched a redesigned Web site dubbed "SAG 24/7" to emphasize its new around-the-clock self-service features.
More than 50 years after Desi Arnaz came up with the recipe for the modern-day sitcom, Hispanics still aren't dining regularly at the primetime table. But a few have started showing up for dinner…
Figures released by pay TV industry body the Cable & Satellite Broadcasters Assn. of Asia (Casbaa) show that pirates are finding more ways to siphon off revenue across the region.
Disney's bringing swashbuckling pirates to the big screen this summer, but the recent Cinema Expo trade show dwelled more on digital piracy than the seafaring variety.
The rumors swirling around the search for replacements for the top Washington reps at both major Hollywood trade assns. has gotten downright comical. At least that's how Reps. Billy Tauzin (R-La.)…
Show us the money. That's the message from Jean-Rene Fourtou as Round 2 of the entertainment deal of the decade begins in earnest.
AOL Time Warner deputy general counsel Jonathan Schwartz, who officially resigned from the conglom this week, is set to sign on as Cablevision chief counsel as early as next week.
Not that many in Hollywood will be surprised, but, yes, white men are still getting most of the plum jobs in the TV biz. A Directors Guild of America report released Thursday details the employment…
Chris Evans, millionaire broadcaster-turned-media mogul-turned-producer, lost his 8.6 million pounds ($14.3 million) dismissal claim against former employer Virgin Radio in a high-profile court case…
Sony has lost one of the largest rent arbitrations on record in a dispute with Transpacific Development Corp., the landlord for Sony Pictures Plaza at 10000 Washington Blvd. in Culver City.