"Wheel of Fortune" production designer Richard Stiles has retired after 27 years in the slot, believed to be the longest continuous employment of a production designer on a single TV show.
The Writers Guild of America's two branches have announced they are launching a low-budget agreement specifically covering indie features budgeted at under $750,000.
In an apparent move to bolster local political alliances, Los Angeles Mayor James K. Hahn has skedded a confab with leaders of Hollywood labor unions for today.
Veteran production designer Harold Michelson has been tapped to receive the Hollywood Film Festival's Richard Sylbert Outstanding Achievement in Production Design Award.
The SAG Foundation has announced it will launch Storyline Online, a streaming video program featuring SAG members reading children's books.
Hollywood's top scribes spent the weekend biting the hand that feeds them. Showcase panels at the three-day "Words Into Pictures" conference at the Universal Hilton provoked extensive grousing from…
It's quiet. Too quiet. With SAG members having voted down a new master franchise agreement with talent agents, the percenteries have been markedly silent about any moves to shake off the old rules.
The Screen Actors Guild has admitted it has a major problem with timely delivery of residual checks to members, with delays stretching to more than three months.
Off-lot feature production in Los Angeles has remained at moderate levels and far below last year's robust pace.
The sweeping reorganization at the Screen Actors Guild continues, with contracts exec Michelle Bennett promoted to the newly created post of national associate director of governance and board…