Gov. Gray Davis has agreed to continue the state's anti-runaway production incentive program for another year after the state Legislature cut its 2001-02 funding to $10 million from $15 million.
Screen Actors Guild officials have begun questioning whether to go through with a $56 million leasing deal for new Gotham offices favored by the branch exec director.
The explosive issue of cutting the size, and changing the structure, of the Screen Actors Guild's national board appears likely to reignite ferocious debate within the org.
The Screen Actors Guild is taking several steps backward in seeking a new CEO-national executive director.
New Legend Media has seen a future for "Nostradumbass" as a period comedy, acquiring an option on the script.
The Screen Actors Guild, reacting to the unexpected departure of CEO designate John Cooke, has begun moving to retain veteran exec Jerre Hookey as head of its Hollywood branch.
Frances Fisher has become the latest high-profile Screen Actors Guild member to push for the guild to beef up adherence to rules barring members from working non-union contracts.
The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists has already gained a small concession from networks in upcoming negotiations -- on the site of bargaining.
Thomas C. Short has been tapped without opposition as prexy of the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees for a four-year term.
Taking a Switzerland-like approach to the upcoming election for the Screen Actors Guild presidency, Richard Dreyfuss has declared neutrality.
Hollywood's actors unions have disclosed several key advances in their tentative film-TV deal and plan to send out ratification ballots Friday to their 135,000 members.