Pointing to the war in Iraq, the Natl. Assn. of Broadcast Employees and Technicians and ABC have agreed to suspend negotiations for a month and extend the current contract.
With a tight economy and most states facing serious budget deficits, U.S. film commissions have been feeling the pinch of late. Now, with war against Iraq under way and states funneling more funds to…
Amid a scaled-back Oscar weekend, plans have remained in place for Saturday's inaugural "The Night Before" party to benefit the Motion Picture & Television Fund.
SAG has told its members not to work non-union touring stage shows that Actors' Equity is trying to unionize, warning they will face disciplinary action.
The SAG Foundation's year-old Conversations program, designed to bring together stars and rank-and-file thesps, is expanding into the realm of kid actors and their families.
Despite the rapt attention from a packed house of more than 600 writers at the Egyptian Theater, Tuesday night's "Writers on Writing" discourse by double Oscar winner William Goldman was long on…
The Writers Guild of America has blamed media industry consolidation as a culprit in the loss of 10,000 jobs in California over the past three years and warns the trend will persist if ownership…
Hollywood publicists tapped the publicity team for Sony's "Spider-Man" as the winner of their Maxwell Weinberg showmanship award for top publicity campaign.