A jury came back with a partial not guilty verdict Monday afternoon in Peter Hoffman's criminal trial on tax evasion charges. The jury rejected the government's case on the two counts relating to…
At News Corp.'s annual general meeting Tuesday, chairman and chief exec Rupert Murdoch spoke surprisingly frankly to shareholders about a series of setbacks and difficulties faced by the global…
British TV sales veteran Philip Jones is stepping aside as managing director of CTE, Carlton's program distribution arm, to take on the new role as director of international relations.
French media group Havas Friday reported its half-year earnings and announced a restructuring of its relationship with CLT-Ufa, while denying it was getting out of bed with the Luxembourg media group…
Showing it won't surrender without a rewrite, the WGA East has warned film and TV producers that it will file charges with the National Labor Relations Board if industry management cuts the West its…
A California bill that would give charter cities such as Los Angeles access to personal tax records has been sent to Gov. Pete Wilson for signature.
The first Los Angeles Intl. Latino Film Festival opens Wednesday with the U.S. premiere of "Who the Hell Is Juliette?" (review, page 12). The Carlos Marcovich film, based on a true story, chronicles…
The monthlong dispute between Sandy Gallin and personal managers Jeff Kwatinetz and Michael Green moved to the courthouse Friday as Kwatinetz and Green filed lawsuits claiming they were forced out of…
Four U.K. cable companies are set to sign a deal with Warner Bros. that would allow them to launch pay-per-view channels in competition with British Sky Broadcasting, the Financial Times reported…
It's not unusual for independent filmmakers and unions to be at odds with one other, but on Sept. 28 they went one on one for a good cause.