House Majority Leader Richard Gephardt on Tuesday offered a resolution that recognizes the important role copyright industries such as motion pictures and sound recordings play in lessening the trade…
A federal judge has ordered ESPN to rehire a former secretary who was fired six years ago after refusing to accept a demotion when her boss's job was eliminated.
French pay-TV Canal Plus announced Tuesday that first-quarter consolidated revenue is up 12% over 1992.
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With the intent to expand employment opportunities in the field of episodic cable shows, the IA has signed a modified union contract for below-the-line workers with Propaganda Films for Showtime's…
The final chapter has been written in a 10-year legal feud between eight Hollywood studios and a Palm Springs resort that began when the hotel started renting videos to its guests.
A member of the Temptations has sued the Gordy Co. and Motown L.P. for allegedly failing to pay all royalties due him over the past 20 years.
The operator of a casting service has sued KCBS-TV and consumer reporter Judd McIlvaine over an allegedly false story that accused the service of operating illegally.
The Russian parliament has enacted comprehensive copyright reform legislation providing significant new anti-piracy protection for films, videos and music.
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. will pay 185 billion yen ($ 1.67 billion) to Philips Electronics NV to take full ownership of Matsushita Electronics Corp. , a venture the companies launched in…
Creative Artists Agency will help Credit Lyonnais rejuvenate its entertainment clients and help sell MGM, but the agency will not tamper with the creative decisions of CL-indebted companies or with…
Intl. Family Entertainment Inc. moved closer to launching a U.K. Family Channel with a distribution deal with British Sky Broadcasting Ltd.