The National Hockey League, buffeted by declining ratings and a threatened player strike, will get no cash license fees in its new two-year broadcast deal with NBC.
Country newcomer Gretchen Wilson made a healthy bid for the No. 1 slot on the nation's album sales chart but fell 1,300 shy of Usher's "Confessions."
NBC drama "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" closed out its fifth season in a big way Tuesday, establishing series highs and crushing the competish.
Entertainment lawyer Carole Handler has joined national firm Thelen, Reid & Priest as a partner in the Los Angeles office.
Lions Gate Home Entertainment has named Anne Parducci exec VP of marketing.
Canuck media company CanWest Global Communications has confirmed a June 29 initial public offering for a minority stake -- expected to be 30% -- in its New Zealand operations. Further divestment is…
Philip Anschutz , the owner of Regal Entertainment, was sued along with several execs and directors of the giant theater chain for two hefty dividend payments -- one paid last year, one due in June…
Blockbuster has acquired specialty games retailer Rhino Video Games and its parent company American Satellite and Video in a bid to expand its presence in vidgame sales and trading.
A month after reports surfaced that Sony was preparing a $5 billion bid to acquire MGM, the Japanese conglom has finally admitted publicly that exclusive talks are in fact under way.
The French still have a soft spot for auteurs. Helmers Quentin Tarantino and Milos Forman were both feted Tuesday.
What better way to top off a great meal than a heaping serving of cinema? The best-of-both-worlds International Festival of Cinema & Gastronomy was launched at the Carlton Hotel Tuesday.