Still waiting for that showbiz recovery? Don't hold your breath. "There's not a lot of good news out there," said economist Jack Kyser of the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corp.
The national boards of SAG and AFTRA have OK'd a modest commercials contract proposal, three years after staging the longest strike in Hollywood history over the pact, and told the ad industry they…
Going, going, gone? That's the question percolating through the once-mighty commercials production scene in Los Angeles.
With more than 15 remakes in preparation, Paramount clearly subscribes to the notion that redos are the closest thing Hollywood has to a foolproof idea: By tinkering with a script that has already…
Veteran SAG activist Gordon Drake has announced he's running for SAG president, joining a field that includes current prexy Melissa Gilbert and SAG treasurer Kent McCord.
Reps. Howard Berman and John Conyers, two of the top Dems on Capitol Hill, introduced anti-piracy legislation Wednesday aimed at beefing up federal copyright laws and their enforcement.
Two-time Oscar winner John Toll has been tapped as winner of the Hollywood Film Festival's outstanding achievement in cinematography award.
AFTRA chief Greg Hessinger has blasted the notion that SAG should acquire AFTRA's jurisdiction over acting work, a proposal that has been floated as an alternative to merging the performers unions.
Actors' Equity has joined the list of showbiz unions facing headaches from its health insurance fund.
The Producers Guild of America has elected veteran exec Brian Seth Hurst as chair of its year-old New Media Council, designed to respond to the production boom in areas beyond traditional features…
Writers Guild of America East prexy Herb Sargent will seek a seventh two-year term as top elected official of the 4,000-member org.