SAG has chosen to sidestep for now what could be another nasty confrontation with Hollywood agents. Guild leaders have avoided acting on proposals from its key agency committee to set a deadline for…
A UCLA study shows Spanish-language TV broadcasters in Los Angeles receive a median salary that, at $60,000, is 70% less than the median for English-language broadcasters.
UCLA and the AFTRA Foundation will release a study today showing the large disparities for Spanish-speaking broadcasters when compared with English-language counterparts in the U.S. market.
Writers Guild of America West prexy Victoria Riskin has strongly endorsed anti-piracy efforts in the new digital frontier by MPAA chief Jack Valenti and studios.
The state of California has allocated $2.66 million in employment training funds through 2004 to the Entertainment Industry Development Corp.
Thanks to a new film financing wrinkle, New Mexico is living up to its nickname as the Land of Enchantment. The state is likely to become an investor in "Suspect Zero," which is being produced by…
Moving toward resolving the dispute over casting directors accepting fees to audition actors, the California Labor Commission has issued tentative guidelines as the first step toward issuing a…
The Animation Guild has signed a deal with Spaff Animation for work on Disney's theatrical release "Jungle Book II" and the direct-to-video release of "Lion King 1-1/2."
In a sign SAG has not abandoned its hope of re-starting talks with Hollywood agents, guild leaders have reached out to high-profile members on the hot-button issue of SAG's expired master franchise…
Off-lot feature production in Los Angeles remained moderate last month but well above the deeply depressed activity of July 2001, figures released Thursday showed.