Hollywood's actors and agents have delayed going to war, opting Monday to continue negotiating and informally extending the expiration of SAG's master franchise agreement.
The Screen Actors Guild has announced that all 10 candidates in the invalidated national elections for three offices have agreed to run again.
Hollywood's actors and agents made a last-ditch effort Sunday to avoid plunging the town into uncertainty over expiration of SAG's master franchise agreement.
Hollywood union publicists have tapped producer Jerry Weintraub to receive the Motion Picture Showmanship Award at their 39th annual awards luncheon.
The Screen Actors Guild, seeking to avoid a war with agents, has softened its stance against easing financial-interest restrictions on tenpercenteries, but a deal by Sunday's deadline will likely…
Members of the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists have ratified a three-year network code contract, which covers more than $400 million of work annually and represents the union's…
With absolutely no fanfare, Hollywood's actors and agents have re-launched negotiations for the first time in more than a year over SAG's soon-to-expire master franchise agreement.
The AARP Foundation has joined as co-counsel in a class-action age-bias lawsuit by TV scribes over 40 against nets, studios and agencies.
Fox took three of the 15 TV nominations announced Wednesday for the American Society of Cinematographers honors, followed by USA Network, NBC and CBS with two apiece.
A pow-wow among SAG candidates facing re-run elections has yielded little except more disagreement.
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