Key runaway production legislation has evaporated in the face of California's $24 billion budget gap.
Nothing is ever certain at SAG -- except for star power. On Aug. 26, the Screen Actors Guild launched its first election since the raucous rerun contest last March, and celeb candidates have weighed…
More than a dozen of Hollywood's top helmers have been sued by a tiny Denver video chain that rents sanitized versions of their films in a preemptive strike against an expected DGA lawsuit.
SAG is under pressure to delay setting a Jan. 3 "drop-dead" date for agents to sign its master franchise agreement.
Three months after admitting major delays in processing members' residual checks, the Screen Actors Guild has eliminated its backlog of checks.
More than 200 recording artists have signed letters of support for AFTRA's efforts to expand artists' rights in the union's sound recordings contract.
The federal government has dismissed challenges to March's Screen Actors Guild rerun vote, four months after SAG's election committee turned down the complaints.
Scott Pansky has been tapped president of the Entertainment Publicists Professional Society, replacing Kelly Bennett.
The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists has reported progress toward a settlement of a long-running suit filed against its health and retirement funds by a group of 1960s recording…
Ballots go out today for SAG's first election since it conducted its raucous rerun last March, with results to be announced in a month.