Barry Diller apologized Wednesday for trashing former 20th Century Fox owner Marvin Davis in front of hundreds of investors at a media conference.
With negotiations looming on its advertising contract, SAG has seen 2002 earnings from commercials jump about 10% higher from the depressed levels of the previous two years.
Barry Diller said Tuesday that Vivendi Universal will decide over the next few months whether to keep, sell or restructure its U.S. showbiz assets that he's been running for the past year.
Reinvigorated Al Qaeda cells seem to be varying their targets beyond the financial and political centers of American power -- so much so that Hollywood cannot afford to let its guard down.
The major players in the field of corporate takeovers have held center stage for a long time. In the first of two excerpts from his forthcoming book "Clash of the Titans" (New Millennium), Richard…
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has signed its first basic contract with the Music Video Production Assn.
I must take exception to Joe Eszterhas' recent guest column ("Stars must quit on-screen ciggies," Dec. 11). ..
Rising costs have forced the WGA's health plan to tighten benefits beginning in April. The disclosure came as part of a recent announcement by WGA West prexy Victoria Riskin to Guild members.
Just as the Grammy nominations were announced in New York, the record biz was quietly celebrating the arrival on Capitol Hill of new Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist.
Saddled with nearly $20 billion in debt, Vivendi Universal continued its selective asset trimming Tuesday with the sale of a Hungarian unit to a group led by American Intl. Group.
Liberty Media CEO Robert Bennett reiterated Tuesday that the company wants a controlling stake in Vivendi Universal's U.S. entertainment assets, including music.