Brit music major EMI has appointed James Anderson senior VP of EMI Recorded Music, with responsibility for the division's IT activities.
Russian authorities appear ready to take major new steps in their fight against piracy fol-lowing meetings Tuesday between Russian Prime Minister Victor Chernomydrin and U.S. reps.
Higher earnings from the film studio and theme parks helped drive Walt Disney Co.'s profits up 18% to $473 million in its third quarter, to June 30, on 2% higher revenue of $5.2 billion, Disney…
The rights to the bestselling novel "Indian Killer" have been acquired by ShadowCatcher Entertainment, a Seattle-based production company, which has teamed producer Scott Rosenfelt with former Sony…
After months of contentious negotiations, Actors' Equity Assn. and the producers of the touring "State Fair" starring John Davidson have reached an agreement on a union contract.
The Senate Appropriations committee gave its blessing Tuesday to a $100 million budget in 1998 for the National Endowment for the Arts, taking the agency one step closer to fiscal security for at…
Senate Commerce Committee chairman John McCain (R-Ariz.) has agreed to block the White House's choice for FCC commissioner if the nominee does not meet the approval of Sen. Ernest Hollings (D-S.C.)…
Good will coaxed industry types out into a sultry New York summer night Thursday to celebrate the 1998 Goodwill Games, which take place in Gotham a year to the date.
Philips president Cor Boonstra delivered a post mortem on the company's media portfolio over the weekend, confirming it was bailing out of all media investments, except for its 75% stake in PolyGram.
Members of the House and Senate Commerce Committees have not only agreed to lend billions of dollars of spectrum to broadcasters for free, they also have proposed sunsetting the decades-old ban on…