After years of running down interactive TV dead-ends, CBS's Showtime Networks is trying a new approach that finally might gain traction: It's syncing up interactive elements for shows directly on LG…
Code Of Credits
Time Warner Cable reiterated that it will not issue credits to 3 million-plus customers related to the blackout of CBS stations in New York, L.A. and Dallas — which is now in Day 11 — while it will…
Culminating a decade of effort to rein in film producer credits, the Producers Guild of America has gotten all the major Hollywood studios on board its film credits certification process. The PGA…
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The Producers Guild of America's plan to certify film credits is gaining traction with Disney in final talks to be the fifth major film company to agree to the voluntary process.
For the Producers Guild of America, 2012 represented a transformative moment in its long campaign to stop the proliferation of undeserved producer credits.
Roger Corbi and Yan Fisher-Romanovsky's Fish/Corb Films is attached to exec produce "Code of Honor," an English-language historical epic.
Capping a decade of effort and backed by 140 of its most powerful members, the Producers Guild of America is campaigning for an official PGA designation to producers certified by the guild.
When the closing-credit outtakes during "Code Name: The Cleaner" prove almost wholly unfunny, it's doubly enlightening in terms of the haphazard exercise that preceded them, inasmuch as Cedric the…