Life magazine almost didn't send anyone. The New York Times relied on stringers who filed anthropological dispatches explaining what a bad trip it was.
Hollywood may be bracing for another tech battle before the Supreme Court. In the wake of a federal appeals court ruling last week in favor of Cablevision's remote-storage DVR, a coalition of…
For many Internet surfers last week, "the most trusted name in news" became the dodgiest emailer on the Web.
Warner Music Group reported narrower third-quarter losses thanks to growth in Europe and a 36% rise in digital revenue.
Robert Hazard, who wrote the 1983 Cyndi Lauper hit "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun," died Tuesday. He was 59.
Mimi Leder will direct "Remember Their Names," a film about a young merchant marine's tour of duty in WWII alongside Woody Guthrie.
Legendary country-music songwriter and performer Merle Haggard will board a train to lead a six-week tour of the U.S. promoting global environmental awareness beginning in April.
Award-winning sound mixer Ted Hall died July 26 in Santa Monica, Calif. after a long illness. He was 48.
The Japanese Society for the Rights of Authors, Composers and Publishers is suing Pandora TV in Tokyo District Court for $1.19 million in damages for using its members copyrighted contents without…
Following the orchestrated pomp of "Casadega" and the overblown muddle of Bright Eyes' Hollywood Bowl appearance last summer, Conor Oberst probably wanted to set his sights a little lower.
Eric Benet, promoting his new "Love & Life" CD, showed up at the Manhattan offices of Essence magazine last week, and wowed a roomful of female journalists by launching into an a cappela version of…