The week-old negotiations between the Writers Guild of America and studios have widened significantly with a full scope of contract issues now on the table.
Hollywood's union writers focused Thursday on the key economic issue of residuals during a fourth daylong negotiating session with studios and networks to hammer out a deal for a new film-TV contract.
Negotiators for Hollywood's writers have agreed to continue meeting this weekend with reps of studios and networks in an effort to hammer out a new film-TV contract. The talks at Writers Guild of…
The American Society of Cinematographers has tapped Sally Field to receive its Board of Governors Award for her contributions in advancing the art of filmmaking. She will be honored at the 15th…
The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists has tapped Tom Carpenter, a veteran of its Chicago office, as national director, news/broadcasting, of the 80,000-member union. Carpenter fills…
The Publicists Guild of America has tapped Warner Bros. for four of the five nominees for the organization's Les Mason Award.
Negotiations between Hollywood's writers and studios proceeded Wednesday for a third day on a wide range of issues, but without a definitive sign whether a deal will emerge from the current round of…
Economic issues have dominated the first two days of contract talks between Hollywood writers and studios, with bargaining on "creative rights" demands deferred until later in the negotiations.
CBS and NBC took three noms apiece Tuesday as the American Society of Cinematographers announced the TV contenders for its 15th annual achievement awards. Winners will be named Feb. 18 at the ASC…
With Hollywood looking on anxiously, the Writers Guild of America launches two weeks of negotiations with studios beginning Jan. 22 over a new film-TV contract. The toughest portions of the talks…
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