FCC commish Michael Copps has strongly endorsed the Writers Guild of America's push for public hearings over the loosening of media ownership rules.
Let's make a deal -- and make it snappy. Leaders of the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, acting as if they were in a taxi with the meter running, announced Nov. 18 they had reached a…
As the holidays loom, SAG is making a list -- but members won't have a chance to check it once, let alone twice.
Don't ask us; do it yourself. That's what the Screen Actors Guild has told members wanting to know which agents are asking to sign guild members to less restrictive General Service Agreements.
More than two years after SAG's bitter strike against advertisers, actors remain without any tracking system in place to monitor the thousands of commercials aired each day.
Backers of efforts to fight runaway production are seeking $150,000 in funds from below-the-line workers to launch an initiative asking the World Trade Organization to rule that Canadian production…
Fox 2000 has found "Hide and Seek," purchasing the psychological thriller spec by Ari Schlossberg for low-six figures for Barry Josephson to produce.
The American Federation of Musicians' Local 802 has won the right to rep 130 faculty members at the Elaine Kaufman Cultural Center in Gotham.
Making good on its pledge to avoid the frenzy of last-minute bargaining, IATSE negotiators have reached a tentative deal with studios and nets covering Hollywood below-the-line workers.
Hell no, he won't go. The embattled prexy of the embattled Entertainment Industry Development Corp. has declared emphatically he will not resign, despite calls for him to do so.
Journalist Vernon Scott, who covered Hollywood for United Press International for more than 50 years, died Monday afternoon at Barlow Respiratory Hospital in Los Angeles following a heart attack. He…