The AARP Foundation has joined as co-counsel in a class-action age-bias lawsuit by TV scribes over 40 against nets, studios and agencies.
Fox took three of the 15 TV nominations announced Wednesday for the American Society of Cinematographers honors, followed by USA Network, NBC and CBS with two apiece.
A pow-wow among SAG candidates facing re-run elections has yielded little except more disagreement.
The Art Directors Guild has tapped box office powerhouses "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" and "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" as nominees for its award honoring excellence…
In a wild week even by SAG's standards, the guild's elections committee first astounded Hollywood on Jan. 7 by setting aside Melissa Gilbert's Nov. 2 victory as president, along with wins by Elliott…
PBS led Writers Guild of America TV program nominations announced Wednesday with nine nods, followed by eight each for HBO and CBS.
The Screen Actors Guild has reached an out-of-court settlement with a former top guild affirmative action exec after he sued SAG and its top administrators for alleged race discrimination…
The Screen Actors Guild and Hollywood agents have agreed to meet Wednesday, only four days before expiration of SAG's master franchise agreement for agents.
IATSE Local 600 has taken a preliminary step toward removing blacklist language from the national union constitution at its next convention in 2005.
SAG's top legal exec Mark Steinberg has placed a gag order on Guild staff, threatening to fire any employee who comments on the decision to throw out SAG's election.