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The initial bids are in for online media's most talked-about sale: Hulu.
Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes sent a memo to the channel's staff critical of the Obama administration in the wake of revelations that the Justice Department was probing phone and email communications by Fox News reporter James Rosen and described him as a “possible co-conspirator” in violations of the Espionage Act.
The first round of bids were due this week for Hulu, the popular online TV service whose prospective sale has attracted interest from digital media players as well as cable operators.
This weekend will see one of the biggest box office face-offs of the summer as two big-budget franchises aiming to attract male moviegoers go head-to-head at the multiplex.
The Writers Guild of America, West has escalated its fight with the producers of "Fashion Police," a show on the E! cable network.
After the coffee. Before figuring out what to do this weekend.
Hollywood had another good month, at least when it comes to producing local jobs.
Former MTV programming chief David Janollari has signed a production deal with NBC's Universal Television unit.
The battle for control of the living room just become more fierce.
After the coffee. Before waiting for Xbox One to change my world.
About a third of the science fiction movie starring Will Smith and his son, Jaden, was filmed in Humboldt Redwoods State Park in Northern California. When producers of the upcoming science fiction movie "After Earth" wanted to create an image of what the planet might look like 1,000 years in the future, location manager Dow Griffith knew just the place.
With "Iron Man 3" breaking box-office records, Robert Downey Jr. is emerging as the go-to blockbuster man. But is he big enough to beat world box-office champ Johnny Depp?
Sony Corp. is "considering evaluating" a spinoff of its entertainment arm that is being advocated by the hedge fund and Sony shareholder Third Point, according to Japan's Nikkei newspaper.
Prima Cinema and its $35,000 price tag for first-run movies is so two weeks ago. If you really want to flaunt your cash, IMAX is where it's at.
The Human Centipede is back.
Award-winning filmmaker Steven Spielberg will executive produce an original "Halo" television series based on the popular video games. It will have exclusive interactive Xbox One content.
With Microsoft’s new Xbox, the next time you yell at your TV it will actually be able to respond.
Just one week after touting its strength to advertisers and declaring it wasn't worried about new competition from Fox Sports, ESPN is cutting its staff.
Deborah Turness, who on Monday was named president of NBC News, will make the rounds at the unit Tuesday and Wednesday to meet with other top network executives as well as key producers and talent.
After the coffee. Before going out to vote for next mayor of Los Angeles.