Funny or Die has tapped "Saturday Night Live" scribe Andrew Steele to serve as the creative director of the comedy website founded by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay.
Newly appointed IATSE prexy Matthew Loeb has made his first exec appointment, tapping union vet Michael Miller to take over his former responsibilities as division director of motion picture and…
The Screen Actors Guild has confirmed 104 candidates from its Hollywood and Gotham divisions who are running for 16 open seats on the guild's national board of directors.
Is it just more chatter, or are contract talks actually going on between SAG and reps for the majors? The answer depends on whom you ask.
Cablevision stock was on the upswing Friday, a day after it reported strong second-quarter earnings and speculation increased that the controlling Dolan clan was prepping another bid to take the…
Working on the theory that any press is good press, the CW is taking a cheeky approach to a series of quote ads tubthumping the soph season of its most talked-about series "Gossip Girl."
The writers strike ended more than five months ago, but the hangover persists for TV scribes.
Former DirecTV chief Eddy Hartenstein has in fact emerged as the front-runner for the publisher's post at the Los Angeles Times, Tribune Co. insiders said.
Los Angeles Times has formally unveiled its plans for a monthly lifestyle magazine dubbed LA, to bow Sept. 7.
MGM is making a play for a hunk of the unused digital real estate controlled by local TV stations.
HBO has scrapped plans for a second season of drama "Tell Me You Love Me."