The Writers Guild of America East has set an Oct. 14 date for its trial board to examine charges filed against Joan Rivers — which could lead to Rivers becoming the first member ever expelled from…
Ken Howard has been re-elected national president of SAG-AFTRA, easily defeating Esai Morales as his primary challenger in the first contest to lead performers union since last year’s merger of SAG…
Joan Rivers blasted the Writers Guild of America in her first public comment about the threat of being expelled over her work on E! Network’s “Fashion Police.” “This is such a bunch of bullshit,”…
Escalating the dispute over striking “Fashion Police” writers, the Council of the Writers Guild of America East has voted to send charges filed against Joan Rivers to a trial board — which could lead…
The SAG-AFTRA election is heating up with current SAG-AFTRA co-president Roberta Reardon heading the New York Coalition for Unity as a slate of SAG-AFTRA candidates. It’s the second New York-based…
SAG-AFTRA has kept hype and hoopla to minimum since its rowdy announcement of the merger between the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists a year ago.
A movement aimed at bringing more film and videogame scoring to L.A. has emerged and the AFM has been a primary target of criticism.
The dispute between the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees and the Pac-12 Network remains unresolved, and IATSE is planning another round of pickets.
On Thursday night more than 500 musicians, composers and others active in the Hollywood music biz heard a panel of experts warn that film, TV and videogame scoring continues to leave L.A. because…
The Screen Actors Guild is asking members for information about non-union casting calls for commercials -- and promising that it will keep the information anonymous.
In her first public action as SAG prexy, Melissa Gilbert is strongly endorsing the guild's plans to beef up enforcement of its ban on non-union work at foreign locations.