Today was to be a day of triumph for the Screen Actors Guild, with a new CEO-national exec director taking over and starting to resolve some of SAG's long-standing problems.
The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists has agreed to meet informally with the Assn. of Talent Agents on updating the union's decades-old regulations governing tenpercenters.
With the lengthly contract saga of the Screen Actors Guild concluded, Hollywood's upcoming negotiations appear likely to be much lower key.
In a stunning blow to the Screen Actors Guild, John F. Cooke announced Thursday he had withdrawn as CEO and national exec director.
Hollywood heaved a Fourth of July sigh of relief over the new three-year deal for actors. Early indications point to acceptable gains for the 135,000 members of the Screen Actors Guild and the…
After seriously rattling Hollywood last year with a six-month strike, the actors unions put on the kid gloves this time. Even though the final push to a deal stretched nerves, the atmosphere at the…
Even though a new film-TV deal is in hand, the Screen Actors Guild won't disappear from the radar any time soon. The key issue now facing the guild and recently named CEO John Cooke is its stalemate…
Hollywood's much-desired labor peace remained elusive early Tuesday as negotiators for actors and studios recessed for 11 hours rather than reaching deal for a new film-TV contract deal.
Negotiators for actors kept Hollywood on hold for one more day Monday, focusing on the fine details as they continued to creep toward a film-TV deal that will end a year of anxiety for the industry.
Directors Guild of America president Jack Shea has offered members a cautiously optimistic review of the new Writers Guild guidelines on creative rights for scribes.
Negotiators for Hollywood actors and studios, who have have been putting the final touches on an expected film-TV deal, announced early Monday a 10-hour recess in talks.