Taking office after a bruising campaign, new Screen Actors Guild prexy Melissa Gilbert sounded a conciliatory tone Tuesday and promised to stress inclusion in her policies.
Prospects for the five-day frame look impressive, with Warner Bros.' "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" prepped to rewrite the record book in its second weekend, and "Monsters, Inc." still…
And with about a dozen challenges to the final tally expected before the elections committee meets Nov. 21, the aftermath of the bitterly fought contest that saw Melissa Gilbert defeat Valerie Harper…
The Directors Guild will launch early negotiations with studios and nets next week, over seven months prior to the June 30 expiration of its current contract.
The Director Guild of America has pledged to beef up its work on setting worldwide standards for helmers in overseas locales.
Broadcast journalists at the ABC, CBS and NBC networks have ratified AFTRA's Network Staff Newspersons Agreement for work on TV and radio by network news correspondents and anchors.
Melissa Gilbert succeeded Bill Daniels as the Screen Actors Guild's 23rd prexy Monday but her two-year term could be cut short.
The only thing bigger than "Harry Potter's" opening-weekend B.O. bounty may be the expectations surrounding it. That's the feeling of most industryites following a stratospheric $90.3 million…
The Intl. Documentary Assn. has tapped Saira Shah as recipient of its first Courage Under Fire Award for her work in Afghanistan.
The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists has won an election to rep the writers, producers and editors employed by WBZ-AM Radio in Boston.
The Screen Actors Guild, moving quickly to bring a PR specialist on staff, announced Monday it has promoted consultant Ilyanne Kichaven to the post of associate director of communications.