The Writers Guild of America has blasted the city of Los Angeles for foot-dragging in providing guidelines to writers as to whether they have to pay business taxes for working out of home offices.
It looks like the urge to merge is contagious. Actors Equity Assn. and the American Guild of Musical Artists announced Monday an agreement on shared jurisdiction on crossover productions, such as…
The DGA has elected vet feature and docu film director Michael Apted to a two-year term as president to succeed Martha Coolidge.
The SAG and AFTRA merger referendum will close Tuesday following a typically raucous campaign highlighting deep divisions among thesps on key issues.
The Screen Actors Guild has launched a redesigned Web site dubbed "SAG 24/7" to emphasize its new around-the-clock self-service features.
New York lawmakers have approved a state health insurance continuation assistance program aimed at laid-off workers and periodically employed entertainment performers.
Victoria Riskin has decided to seek a second two-year term as president of the Writers Guild of America, West, and will face Eric Hughes in her re-election bid.
For movie screenwriters and TV scribes, the Big Bucks are starting to dry up. Except for Hollywood superstars, salaries across the board are tilting downward -- so much so that the WGA West has just…
Former SAG prexy Barry Gordon has asked fellow performers to cool off in the heated battle over combining SAG and AFTRA.
New York state lawmakers have approved legislation to protect child actors, mirroring provisions of the Coogan Law in California.
Playwright and screenwriter George Axelrod, who penned "The Seven Year Itch" and adapted "Breakfast at Tiffany's" and "The Manchurian Candidate," has died. He was 81.