How CNN's retracted story made it a rallying cry in Trump’s campaign against 'fake news'
CNN is on the defensive after the retraction of a story and a newly released video by Project Veritas, a conservative activist group.
SAG-AFTRA seeks strike authorization as contract deadline nears
Leaders of the SAG-AFTRA actors union seek strike authorization, saying that studios have proposed "outrageous" rollbacks during contract negotiations.
Directors Guild of America elects Thomas Schlamme as president
The 'West Wing' alumnus succeeds Paris Barclay to lead the union.
Disney sued by child expert who claims 'Inside Out' was her idea
In a lawsuit filed Tuesday, Denise Daniels claims that she pitched her idea for “The Moodsters” to Disney-owned Pixar a number of times between 2005 and 2009
20th Century Fox construye su arsenal de personajes de ficción -'comics'- con Boom Studios
20th Century Fox construye su arsenal de cómics con Boom Studios
20th Century Fox builds its comics arsenal with Boom Studios deal
20th Century Fox buys a minority stake in Boom! Studios, the L.A. publisher of comic books and graphic novels.
Advertisers are in the hot seat as activists both for and against Trump call for boycotts
Breitbart and Fox News are being targeted by activists who are pressuring advertisers to abandon the media outlets.
L.A. lowering filming permit costs for digital productions
Buzzfeed, Funny or Die and CollegeHumor are among the sites participating in a pilot program starting in October to lower permit costs for digital shoots in the city.
Tom Cruise's 'The Mummy' faces tough box-office battle against 'Wonder Woman'
Tom Cruises's 'The Mummy' faces a tough challenge at the box office against 'Wonder Woman.'
TV production is soaring in L.A. But that means more competition for soundstages
Netflix and Amazon, as well as new media companies like Buzzfeed, are contributing to a space crunch in L.A.
20th Century Fox expands gaming portfolio by acquiring Aftershock
A new multi-player 'Avatar' game is among the new projects currently in development.
SAG-AFTRA to begin contract negotiations with studios Wednesday
SAG-AFTRA, the union representing Hollywood actors and other performers, said it will begin negotiations with the major studios and TV networks on a new film and TV contract.
Writers Guild of America members vote to ratify a new contract
Members of the WGA voted nearly unanimously to approve the new three-year deal.
Los ciberataques vuelven a Hollywood; ¿se puede hacer realmente algo al respecto?
Amid turmoil, is Fox News losing its perch as cable news leader?
Fox News faces another controversy involving one of its star hosts.
Sean Hannity: 'I am not going to stop trying to find the truth'
Sean Hannity says 'liberal fascism' is behind efforts to get him fired over Seth Rich story.
Cyberattacks once again roil Hollywood, but can anything be done about it?
Disney and Netflix were recently targeted by hackers seeking a ransom. “It’s scary,” said one rival studio executive.
Tom Cruise film 'American Made' is tangled in lawsuits after deadly plane crash
"American Made," which is due out this year, stars Tom Cruise as real-life pilot Barry Seal. A 2015 plane crash resulted in the deaths of two of the film’s crew members.
Jack Dorsey, CEO de Twitter, apoya el fuerte uso que el presidente Trump hace de la red social
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Online pirates claim to hold Disney's latest 'Pirates of the Caribbean' movie hostage, demand ransom
Disney CEO Bob Iger told ABC employees in New York on Monday
Hackers claim to hold Disney's latest 'Pirates' sequel hostage, demand ransom
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey supports Donald Trump's use of the social media platform
Twitter CEO spoke about President Trump on NBC's "Today" show.
Fox's earnings rise despite fallout from sexual harassment scandal
The Murdochs said they remain confident that their Sky deal will close by the end of the calendar year.
Hulu hires Joel Stillerman from AMC Networks as it expands original shows
The Hulu streaming service is looking to expands its original programming on the heel of hits like 'The Handmaid's Tale.'
Hollywood guilds flex their muscle as union influence declines nationwide
Media conglomerates dominate film and TV production. But in many ways, Hollywood is still a union town.
Writers Guild of America contract secures $65 million more in health plan contributions
The recently-announced Writers Guild of America contract increases employer contributions to the union's health plan.
They avoided a strike, but negotiations between writers and studios were a true Hollywood thriller
Members of the WGA won't be striking after the guild announced it has worked out its differences with employers.
Hollywood is relieved after Writers Guild of America reaches deal and avoids a strike
Hollywood is relieved after studios and the Writers Guild of America reach a deal to avoid a strike.
Writers Guild of America contract talks stall, move Hollywood closer to a possible strike
The Writers Guild of America could go on strike Tuesday without union contract with Hollywood studios.
Writers Guild of America and studios appear to make progress in negotiations as strike deadline looms
Ahead of Monday's deadline, the WGA and major studios are working to avoid a strike.
A gold-plated healthcare plan lies at the center of a dispute between writers and major studios
As negotiations go down to the wire, the WGA is looking to protect healthcare-related gains it has made over the decades.
A strike by TV and movie writers may be just days away. Here's what you need to know
Here's a primer on a possible strike by the Writers Guild of America: Who would go on strike, how we got here, what the sides disagree on and what the effects would be.
Writers Guild of America members authorize strike as contract deadline looms
Writers Guild of America members authorize strike as the union is set to resume negotiations with the major studios on Tuesday.
Andrea Tantaros brings new accusations against Fox News, claiming digital hacking
The former Fox News host is accusing the news channel of mounting a social media campaign against her.
Hollywood scrambles to keep the show going as strike threat looms
Hollywood's biggest entertainment companies are girding for a possible strike of nearly 13,000 writers.
Penthouse CEO Kelly Holland wants to revive the legendary adult entertainment brand
Under the new leadership of CEO Kelly Holland, Penthouse is looking to rebound after a difficult financial period.
Bill O'Reilly's departure from Fox News draws divergent reactions from conservative media
Leaders of conservative news outlets have widely varying views on the impact of O'Reilly from Fox News.
He helped build Fox News into a juggernaut. What's next for Bill O'Reilly?
What's next for conservative firebrand Bill O'Reilly? A new network? Streaming service or Political Speech Circuit?
Hang gliding in Malibu. Touring a Beverly Hills mansion. The Chinese will be able to experience it all before visiting
Digital companies like the boutique firm FansTang are using VR as a tool to entice Chinese tourists to visit L.A.
Writers Guild negotiations put on hold for one week as contract deadline looms
Contract talks between Hollywood writers and the major studios are put on hold for a week.
Netflix beats first-quarter earnings estimates, but slowdown in subscribers hits stock after hours
Netflix reports first quarter earnings
Reality TV writers stage walkout as Writers Guild of America negotiations continue
Writers for several popular reality TV shows stage a walkout led by the Writers Guild of America.
Sylvester Stallone sues Warner Bros. over profits from 1993 movie 'Demolition Man'
Actor Sylvester Stallone alleges that Warner Bros. deprived him of profits from the 1993 sci-fi movie "Demolition Man."
On-location movie shoots in L.A. plummet in first quarter despite bigger state tax credits
Feature film production in the L.A. region plummeted in the first quarter of this year.
United fiasco shows airlines' power over passengers — and how it might change
Airlines grant themselves all sorts of power over who can be removed from a flight, embedded in the fine print that passengers agree to when they click “confirm” to purchase an airline ticket.
Writers Guild of America steps up pressure on studios by reaching out to advertisers
In a letter to media buyers, the guild's west coast branch said a strike would negatively impact the fall TV season.
Roman Polanski is denied latest bid to resolve 40-year-old statutory rape case
An L.A. County Superior Court judge said that the Oscar-winning director's fugitive status disqualifies him.
Golden Age of TV is not so golden for writers: Why the Writers Guild of America is moving closer to a strike
In a changing TV market, tensions are rising between the major studios and the Writers Guild of America.