"There's been more angst over this than over the 2000 election." Media analyst Shari Anne Brill, on the suspicions that Tea Party members are unfairly running up the vote in favor of Bristol Palin on…
The New York Times' Dave Itzkoff goes further into detail on what inspired Florida Gov. Charlie Crist to seek a pardon for Jim Morrison, noting that the action seems to have ignited a new squirmish…
NPR has become a target of the Tea Party and conservative Republicans, particularly after its clumsy firing of commentator Juan Williams last month. But the news org on Thursday found sympathy from…
Politico reports that FCC chairman Julius Genachowski is working on a new net neutrality plan, an effort to jump start his proposal to establish rules of the road for the Internet. Genachowski is…
Dutch helmer Dick Maas has a local hit on his hands with Santa slasher movie "Sint."
Indie distrib Flins & Piniculas has taken Spanish rights to Andrei Konchalovsky's $90 million pic "The Nutcracker in 3D."
The combatants in the battle over proposed changes to the retransmission consent law squared off before a Senate subcommittee Wednesday during a rare lame-duck hearing filled with frustrated…
Indian animation producer Toonz Entertainment has pacted with Canuck producer-financer Mediabiz Intl. to set up Toonz Entertainment Global to produce live-action and animation projects.
Television cameras will be allowed to cover the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal hearing of Judge Vaughn Walker's decision in August to overturn Proposition 8. The federal appellate court on Wednesday…
Chinese distributor Bona Film Group plans to sell up to $80 million in shares in an IPO on the Nasdaq Global Market, making it the first publicly traded Chinese film company to list Stateside.