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FCC Looking at Online Blocking, TV Channel Bundling in Retrans Negotiations
FCC Looking at Online Blocking, TV Channel Bundling in Retrans Negotiations
The media regulatory agency is signaling a more hands-on approach in favor of telcos, says one analyst.
Disney Sues Over Edible Cake Frosting Featuring Marvel, Lucasfilm Characters
Disney Sues Over Edible Cake Frosting Featuring Marvel, Lucasfilm Characters
It's the follow-up to a lawsuit over Darth Vader cufflinks.
Pierce Brosnan's 'Survivor' Triggers Piracy Lawsuit from Producers
Pierce Brosnan's 'Survivor' Triggers Piracy Lawsuit from Producers
The film is the latest to prompt litigation from Avi Lerner, who has fought piracy of his 'Expendables' franchise in previous lawsuits.
Sony Reaches Settlement to Resolve Class Action Over Hacked Employee Data
Sony Reaches Settlement to Resolve Class Action Over Hacked Employee Data
Attorneys expect to present it to a judge for approval soon.
Worldview Takes on Sales Agent for Withholding 'Wish I Was Here' Money
Worldview Takes on Sales Agent for Withholding 'Wish I Was Here' Money
The once high-flying film financier is contending with alleged contract breaches.
Beatlemania Returns to Canada: This Time, in Public Domain, Spurring Fight
Beatlemania Returns to Canada: This Time, in Public Domain, Spurring Fight
And what a complaint at the Canadian Competition Tribunal might mean for James Bond.
Peter Bogdanovich Movie in Arbitration Over Distribution
Peter Bogdanovich Movie in Arbitration Over Distribution
The original distributor allegedly couldn't come up with money to fund a wide release with significant advertising.
Former Lucasfilm Executive Suing After Disney Merger Nixed His Bonus
Former Lucasfilm Executive Suing After Disney Merger Nixed His Bonus
Jeffrey Porter says he relied upon word his severance would be "far more generous" than Lucasfilm had provided in this past.
Fox News Network Details Bizarre Reality TV "Fraud" by 'Pawn Stars' Producers
Fox News Network Details Bizarre Reality TV "Fraud" by 'Pawn Stars' Producers
Court papers reveal why Fox Business backed away from a series about estate sales.
NBCUniversal Headed to Trial Over Reporter's Age Discrimination Claims
NBCUniversal Headed to Trial Over Reporter's Age Discrimination Claims
Frank Snepp, former KNBC investigative reporter, was fired at the age of 69.
Twitter Sends James Woods a Scathing Letter Over Attempt to Unmask Anonymous User
Twitter Sends James Woods a Scathing Letter Over Attempt to Unmask Anonymous User
Twitter tells the politically-outspoken actor that calling him a "cocaine addict" appears to be hyperbole.
Joel Silver Sued Over Real Estate, Art Loans
Joel Silver Sued Over Real Estate, Art Loans
The controversial film producer allegedly owes $1.3 million to a restructuring firm.