With writers strike activity winding down for the holidays, the WGA and AMPTP engaged Thursday in one last round of pre-Christmas verbal volleying and PR spin.
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Comedy Central confirmed Thursday that its latenight skeins "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" and "The Colbert Report" will return to the air on Jan. 7, two months after going dark on the day the…
Faced with the prospect of a broadcast without celebrities, "The People's Choice Awards" has scrapped its Shrine Auditorium ceremony next month.
The WGA strike will wind up costing the local economy anywhere from $380 million to $2.5 billion, depending on how long it goes on and who's doing the forecasting.
In an effort to push the majors back to the bargaining table, the WGA's moving forward on its pledge to seek interim deals with several indie producers.
With the writers strike in its seventh week, there are signs of change on a number of fronts -- and these changes may ratchet up the pressure on the Writers Guild of America to reach a settlement.
The WGA plans to picket the Golden Globes ceremonies on Jan. 13, assuming it's still on strike at that point.
Latenight's repopulation continues, as "Jimmy Kimmel Live" announced plans to return Jan. 2, while "Late Show With David Letterman" and "The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson" are expected to do the…
NBC is turning to its sister USA cabler to help fill the Peacock's Sunday schedule.
Hollywood's annual kudos rituals became the latest strike battleground Monday as the Writers Guild of America nixed waiver requests from the Golden Globes and the Oscars.
In a surprising show of union solidarity, the DGA has agreed to share its inside info on new-media compensation with striking scribes.