The Screen Actors Guild's contract negotiating committee wants the guild to take a strike authorization vote, but it wants national board of directors' seal of approval on the dicey matter first.
The Screen Actors Guild's national negotiating committee is set to meet today in the wake of the majors' rejection of the guild's latest request to restart contract negotiations.
The "for sale" sign has officially been hung on TV Guide Channel.
Screen Actors Guild leaders are seeking to zero in on three make-or-break issues as a means of jumpstarting their stalled contract talks with the majors, but the studios say there will be no new…
WGA East has added two execs to its senior management ranks.
WMA has sealed a deal to sell its three hunks of Beverly Hills real estate to a consortium of investors in preparation for its planned move into new BevHills digs in 2010.
Swedish production company Metronome Group will open a U.S. office next month.
Jon Hamm's ascent among Hollywood's leading men via the buzz-rocket that is "Mad Men" begs the question: Where's he been all these years?
On most work days, Kevin Beggs, prexy of Lionsgate TV, usually looks as if he's just stepped out of a scene from "Mad Men."
Sarah Michelle Gellar is eyeing a return to television with a half-hour project set up at HBO from screenwriter Charles Randolph.
The Governors Ball decor seemed to be channeling the mood of one of the night's big winners.