Off-lot feature production in Los Angeles has remained at subdued levels and far below last year's super-charged pace.
AFTRA-repped announcers at five Gotham radio stations owned by Clear Channel Radio have petitioned the company to drop its bargaining proposal to import "canned" announcements.
The Directors Guild of America has tapped Halle Berry, filmmakers Francis Ford Coppola, Tim Robbins, Martin Scorsese and Sony Corp. of America CEO Howard Stringer as presenters for its third annual…
A pair of cinematographer orgs have called on Discovery Communications to drop its plan to replace on-air end title credits with Web site listings.
The Screen Actors Guild and Turner Network Television have renewed their telecast rights agreement for the SAG Awards Show through 2005.
PR specialist Keith Karpe has ankled from his post as the DGA's exec director of communications after a month in the slot.
Even before "Spider-Man" demolished B.O. records over the weekend, the mood of exhibitors had already been pumped up thanks to exhib screenings of "Star Wars: Episode II -- Attack of the Clones."
In the universe of blockbusters, "Star Wars: Episode II -- Attack of the Clones" surely ranks as the all-time anomaly.
A day after SAG launched its Global Rule One amid legal threats, the two top execs in the controversy sought middle ground.