Donald Trump's prospective presidential run may be merely a publicity ploy, what with the launch of "Celebrity Apprentice" next month. But here's my column from the print version of weekly Variety on…
Pathe International has closed more than 90 deals across its slate following brisk activity at the European Film Market.
The New York Times reports that the Motion Picture Assn. of America is "a whisker away" from naming Chris Dodd as its chief lobbyist and that an announcement "could come as early as this week." If…
The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists has issued an endorsement of efforts of public sector union members in Wisconsin and Ohio.
Public television advocates said a House of Representatives vote on early Saturday puts in jeopardy the budgets of hundreds of stations and could be a "death sentence" for some in rural areas. The…
Donald Trump is basking in all the attention resulting from the possibility that he'll run for president.
Lisa Danna has joined praisery Ginsberg/Libby as director of film and corporate entertainment.
A state court judge has given final approval to the settlement in Ken Osmond's class-action lawsuit over how the Screen Actors Guild's disburses money collected from foreign tax revenues.
Alan Ladd Jr. and Jay Kanter have settled their remaining litigation against Warner Bros. over the studio allegedly keeping them out of profits from movies sold in packages for TV.
A little late today, but here goes… The House could vote today on an appropriations bill that would eliminate funding for public broadcasting. But House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) says that he…