It took Paramore's guitarist and drummer Josh and Zac Farro 1,442 words to explain their reasons for leaving the band they founded in 2004, and they paint a dramatically different picture than the one remaining members Hayley Williams, Jeremy Davis and Taylor York put out to the world three days earlier.
Julianne Hough's new video for "Is That So Wrong" was banned by CMT for being too revealing. At least that's the rumor -- that she apparently started. Turns out it was some contractual hiccup that kept the clip off the air, not her Jockey-esque boy shorts and bra combo. This exercise in futility inspired us to think of 10 truly controversial videos deemed too hot for MTV.
DirecTV will be rolling out what they call addressable ads, which will allow advertisers to reach almost 10 million homes with targeted commercials. Satellite TV-service provider is eyeing an August or September debut.
Federal Judge Virginia Philips upheld a July verdict in which Disney and its ABC and Buena Vista Television subsidiaries were guilty of cheating producer Celador Intl. out of millions by cutting sweetheart deals to bring Millionaire to America.
After weeks of negotiations, the so-called anti-download law was shot down by the Spanish Parliament. Spain has the dubious distinction of being a haven for pirates, clocking some 20% of worldwide illegal downloads on the top 10 films of the first half of 2010.
Monday's night's performance of Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark was stopped short after an unidentified performer fell eight to 10 feet during the final moments of the show. This is the fourth actor to be injured in the $65 million (and counting) production.