Tom Wheeler unexpectedly proposed to close major ownership loopholes
Assistant Attorney General Bill Baer, the highest DOJ antitrust officer, will recuse himself, however
"Like its competitors, (Aereo) must obtain licenses to perform the copyrighted content on which its business relies"
Viacom and NBCUniversal are among the companies facing $2 million in fines
The decision means that FilmON won’t get time to offer its own comments during oral argument in Aereo’s case
“To the extent that Comcast has a history of breaching its legal obligations to consumers, such history should be taken into account”
The new Dark Knight finds Capitol Hill "quite intimidating"
"Any suggestion that the FCC intends to regulate the speech of news media or plans to put monitors in America's newsrooms is false"
Court decision will not be the end of FCC's open internet efforts
Comcast needs government approval for its merger -- a chance for regulators to leverage an extension of Net Neutrality protections
"This merger is not going to fly through ... no matter how it goes"
"A merger of the two biggest cable companies should be unthinkable," says leading advocate
Washington and media elite were well-represented, too, at the fete for French President Francois Hollande
Don Henley, Ozzy Osbourne and deadmau5 also weigh in as the U.S. Patent and Trade Office determines how songs are sampled
The International Intellectual Property Alliance says China's market for music, software, films and more is stunted by piracy and access
The bill would allow the FCC to keep rules in place while it figures out how to meet court-imposed guidelines
Hollywood-related issues weren't his main focus, but Waxman did find himself advocating for the industry
Justices Tuesday questioned the potential effects of allowing a copyright claim filed years after a movie is made
"We were dismayed to see actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus featured on primetime television using an electronic cigarette," says the letter
"I intend to continue my inquiry and will be seeking a personal meeting with the CEO of the Tribune Company," says the California congressman
Settlement comes from Federal Trade Commission case that also demanded changes to Apple's disclosure policies
New chairman Tom Wheeler could pick the fastest path -- but risk the fury of congressional Republicans and Internet service providers
The complicated ruling affirmed that the Federal Communications Commission has authority to regulate the Internet, but shot down its so-called Open Internet Order
Decision on whether to take case could be announced days later
Congressman says the split may come "at the expense of the financial health of the Los Angeles Times"
“I wish things were that ruthlessly efficient,” Obama said. He added that in the series, “this guy’s getting a lot of things done”
All celebrity-driven social media efforts will use the hashtag #GetCovered
"The loss of American silent-era feature films constitutes an alarming and irretrievable loss to our nation’s cultural record,” said Librarian of Congress James H. Billington
POTUS held a closed-door meeting described by the White House as a discussion of the entertainment industry as a bright spot in the economy
Hollywood moguls attending a pair of fundraisers include Berry Gordy, Ted Sarandos and Eli Broad