The 2004 kudos calendar is shifting again, with the Grammys planning an earlier date to avoid jostling with Oscar.
A two-hour documentary for A&E on the lives of the seven actors who played the von Trapp children in "The Sound of Music" is in jeopardy.
The Bush administration is backing the record industry's fight to force Verizon and other Internet service providers to hand over the names of customers file-swapping pirated music.
With all the sudden interest in Universal Music Group that's cropped up recently, the folks over at Universal Studios must be feeling a bit like chopped liver.
Boston alt-metal act Godsmack was lord and master of the album rankings this week, wresting the top spot from hard-rock rivals Linkin Park. Meanwhile Elvis scion Lisa Marie Presley rocked the charts…
"Films That Time Forgot" is a Web feature that reviews bottom-shelf videos, and it's only one poignant part of the Onion A.V. Club site, itself an off-shoot Web site of The Onion that is mostly…
If the music industry has its way, Pentagon spokeswoman Victoria Clarke will be spending her days worrying about music piracy instead of the Iraqi fedayeen.
Composer Randy Edelman will receive the 2003 Richard Kirk Award for career achievement at the BMI Film & TV Awards May 14 at the Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel. Merv Griffin will receive the BMI…
Danny Goldberg's Artemis Records, home to Steve Earle, Warren Zevon, Russell Crowe and the Pretenders, has signed a distribution deal with Koch Entertainment.
Radiohead and the Beastie Boys will headline an all-new music and arts festival in June called Field Day, to be held in Calverton, New York, on the north fork of Long Island.