A SAG-AFTRA study has found that, even as opportunities and conditions improve, discrimination persists against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender actors. The survey, based on responses from over…
Supreme Administrative Court
George Clooney, Natalie Portman and Justin Timberlake are among the potential witnesses listed by Ed Asner and the 15 other plaintiffs in the lawsuit against SAG-AFTRA over $130 million in unpaid…
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to grant Cablevision Systems' request for a stay of a National Labor Relations Board hearing, set to begin July 8 in Manhattan. The New York-based cable operator on…
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Cablevision is asking the Supreme Court for an emergency stay to prevent the National Labor Relations Board from pursuing complaints against the company in a labor dispute. The cable giant on Monday…
Ever-splintering world of TV fuels debate over how to best recognize and reward excellence.
A decisive appellate court ruling striking down the FCC's indecency policy raises the prospect of a showdown in the Supreme Court where federal regulators could see their authority over objectionable…
In a move that surprised even longtime court watchers, the Supreme Court decided Monday to hear its first broadcast indecency case in 30 years.
Tim Kuik, the director of Holland's anti-piracy enforcement agency, Brein, says the organization will warn and then prosecute users who upload music from file-sharing software provider Kazaa.
Under a new two-year first-look deal he’s signed with Laura Ziskin’s Fox 2000, Jonathan Krane will produce five projects, including an adaptation of Peter Maas’ bestselling bio of mobster Sammy (The…
The Canadian film industry breathed a collective sigh of relief Wednesday when Pierre DesRoches, the highly respected executive director of federal funder Telefilm Canada, had his contract renewed.