A House subcommittee will hold a hearing July 21 on legislation that would grant collective bargaining rights to all artists and musicians who perform live.
Time Warner reported improved results Thursday, significantly narrowing its net loss for the second quarter.
Taking a cue from SAG and AFTRA, Laugh Factory owner Jamie Masada is attempting to start a nonprofit foundation to assist comedians in need of medical assistance.
Second-quarter residuals for the Writers Guild of America West show that guild members have seen an overall 8.3% increase in earnings compared to the second quarter of 1992. Resid earnings from April…
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The National Endowment for the Arts survived an attempt to cancel its funding Wednesday as House conservatives sought to revive a debate over art works they say are unfit for taxpayer support.
The National Assn. of Broadcasters this week asked the FCC to issue a ruling preempting state and local laws that prevent consumers from using rooftop antennas to receive TV signals.
KLSX-FM's Howard Stern is back on top in the mornings, while Spanish-language KLAX-FM racked up its third consecutive ratings win in Arbitron's spring radio rankings.
Roseanne and Tom Arnold said they'll donate $ 15,000 to the Red Cross to help Mississippi River flood victims in Iowa and Illinois. The Arnolds have a home and diner they run in Iowa and have named…
Virtual reality, or some semblance of it, got a big boost last night with the opening of a new venue by Tim Disney's Virtual World Entertainment.
Less than a month after the Los Angeles City Council voted to approve expansion plans for 20th Century Fox, the Council Wednesday voted to lobby against a state bill that would preclude any future…