AFTRA has won the right to represent on-air staff at Telemundo's WSNS-TV Chicago following an election supervised by the Natl. Labor Relations Board.
Paramount Pictures has tapped Matthew McConaughey to produce and possibly topline the romantic comedy "Dear Delilah" in hopes of duplicating the breakout success of "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days."
Serial killer H.H. Holmes, who stalked his prey at the 1893 Chicago World's Fair, is in the cross-hairs of an unusually high-profile development contest.
SAG wants earlier negotiations for its ad contract. Talks are tentatively slated to start Sept. 3. "We have issued an open invitation to advertisers to go as soon as the consolidation process is…
The Writers Guild of America has launched an organizing drive aimed at scribes working in the booming reality TV sector.
In a potential stumbling block for the pending SAG-AFTRA merger, local AFTRA broadcasters will be allowed to pay significantly lower annual dues than actors.
Hoping for a graveyard smash, Paramount Pictures has put "Monster Mash" on its dance card.
Undaunted by the focus on the war against Iraq, the key GOP backer of federal anti-runaway-production legislation has pledged to keep pushing a tax credit bill aimed at productions under $10 million.
SAG and AFTRA have moved a step closer to merging, establishing a governing structure for a new performers union with ambitious growth plans.
News Corp. topper Rupert Murdoch has warned that a prolonged war in Iraq could have profound negative economic and political consequences.