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The Directors Guild of America has hired labor attorney Russell Hollander as assistant Eastern executive director.
The Screen Actors Guild's business reps, who previously had threatened to strike, have agreed to a three-year deal in their first contract.
Radio broadcasting giant Clear Channel Communications may lose as much as $50 million in advertising revenue as an immediate result of the terrorist attacks on America, chairman and chief exec Lowry…
While they're understandably reluctant to boast about ratings, all of the cable news nets got a big boost in viewership from the recent terrorist attacks.
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has announced that editors at New York Times Television have filed a petition for a union election with the National Labor Relations Board.
Thomas Castaneda, Steven O'Dell and Tanya Alves have joined consultancy Nadia Bronson & Associates, which offers services for international distribution, marketing and promotions.
Sobini Films has optioned the feature rights to British novelist Graham Joyce's "Dark Sister," with Lawrence O'Neil ("Breast Men") attached to adapt and direct.
Although execs at RTL have reiterated their interest in 24-hour German news channel N-TV, the European broadcaster is reportedly looking at other investments, like CNBC or Euronews.
Japanese ad conglom Dentsu is celebrating its centenary Nov. 20 with the year's biggest IPO. It aims to raise 180 billion yen ($1.5 billion) from Japanese, U.S. and European stock markets.
Hollywood Entertainment on Monday increased its earnings estimate for the third quarter to a range of 15¢-17¢ per share from its previous estimate of 8¢-10¢.
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