After a week of intensive bargaining, negotiators for ABC and about 3,000 broadcast employees repped by NABET have hammered out a tentative four-year deal.
Chip giant Intel has filed a court brief backing ClearPlay Inc., which has been sued by the DGA and the studios over its software to sanitize videos and DVDs.
A federal court has backed the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees in confirming a $54,000 arbitration award against David Copperfield's Disappearing Inc.
After negotiating for more than a year without reaching a deal, AFTRA and the recording industry have agreed to call in a federal mediator.
The Directors Guild of America has set Nov. 16 as the date for its fourth annual DGA Honors event, to be held at the Waldorf-Astoria in Gotham.
Paramount has decided it won't be scared by "The Book of Skulls" and has tapped William Friedkin to direct, three decades after he helmed horror classic "The Exorcist."
In a strong signal of mounting pressure on showbiz health and pension plans, the Retirement Plan for the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists has asked the IRS for significantly more…
A tribute to the late James Coburn will mark the launch of the inaugural Intl. Student Film Festival Hollywood, set for Sept. 3 at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
Universal's "American Wedding" rang box office bells in its opening weekend, chiming in with an estimated $34.3 million to lead a solid, if not spectacular, frame.
Film biz pundits have been so obsessed with the recent headaches of DreamWorks and Paramount that the studios' newfound love affair has pretty much gone unnoticed.
California's fight against runaway production has taken another bullet. Amid cuts aimed to narrow the state's $38 billion budget deficit, the California Film Commission's 2003-04 funding was slashed…