Screen Actors Guild prexy William Daniels and CEO A. Robert Pisano have offered President Bush the services of the guild's celebrity members to help recovery efforts from last week's terrorist…
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical & Stage Employees has donated $50,000 to the New York State World Trade Center Relief Fund.
The Screen Actors Guild has objected to a contest by Loews Cineplex and Entertainment Weekly for amateurs to submit videos for use as "policy trailers" prior to films.
Gotham-based Writers Guild of America East has delayed its election and annual membership meeting from Thursday to Oct. 4 due to the disruption from last week's terrorist attacks.
The Art Directors Guild has tapped two-time Academy Award winner Ken Adam to receive its Lifetime Achievement Award.
Filing for SAG elections has closed, with board members Angeltompkins, Eugene Boggs, Melissa Gilbert and Valerie Harper seeking to succeed the retiring William Daniels as president.
Continuing to take a hard line against those who crossed picket lines last year, SAG will soon name names of many more strikebreakers, adding as many as 100 to the list of seven publicly identified…
In an olive branch to the Screen Actors Guild, leaders of the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists have agreed to pay $268,177 to SAG for the costs of last year's strike against…
The nation is headed for a recession, but it won't be particularly harsh in Southern California or on showbiz, UCLA economists speculate.
SAG's new national exec director/CEO A. Robert Pisano has reiterated his promise to meet the Guild's Gotham leaders and staff next week.
Showbiz union offices began resuming operations Wednesday, a day after closing in the wake of devastating terrorist attacks in New York and Washington.