The FCC has a message for ABC: Buttocks and breasts do count as "sexual or excretory organs."
Alan Wertheimer likes vintage cars, playing baseball and restoring Craftsman furniture. He's known for scouting prospective clients by reading spec scripts and attending film fests. He's also the…
Where did everybody go? When the writers went on strike Nov. 5, the fear in the biz was that the major nets would have to hang out the "Gone Fishing" signs. As it turned out, exodus from the…
The Tribune-owned Los Angeles Times has made it official, naming Russ Stanton as its editor.
Tribune Co. will shed 400-500 jobs in its publishing division and corporate offices during the next few months as it comes to grips with declining revenue at its newspapers and the tight leash…
"The strike is over," Patric Verrone said, dispassionately but with the hint of a smile. "Our membership has voted. Writers can go back to work."
The counting has begun. The polls have closed at the WGA Theater in Beverly Hills and a group of about 10 guild staffers are sitting around a long table counting the paper ballots cast on whether to…
Though the writers strike can't officially end until tonight, the town began the week very much in post-strike mode.
Was the strike worth it? In the eyes of many scribes, the answer is an unqualified yes.
After 14 weeks of warfare, labor peace has come to Hollywood. TV showrunners head back to the office today, and the scribe tribe officially resumes work Wednesday.
Writers Guild of America members gave a resounding thumbs-up to the guild's new contract agreement at membership meetings held Saturday in Gotham and L.A., clearing the path for the three-month-old…