For the second time in a row, the Teamsters Intl. made good on its president's vow that his drivers on sets around the country will no longer give producers a free ride.
Federal Communications Commission member James Quello said yesterday he has no "delusions of grandeur" over being named interim chairman of the agency, but he added that he hopes to accomplish…
Bexy Communications Inc. has sued agent Phil Gersh and the Gersh Agency Inc. for allegedly failing to reveal that the late actor Anthony Perkins had AIDS before signing an agreement to host a…
The Coca-Cola Co. yesterday unveiled new advertising for its flagship soft drink, including the first 24 commercials produced by Creative Artists Agency.
Al DiTolla, president of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, confirmed yesterday that he would seek a fourth term of office this summer, thus putting the kibosh on rumors that…
Rising sentiment within the ranks of the Writers Guild of America West to incorporate animation writers has helped focus the spotlight on the plight of some 300 writers who work without residuals…
German pubcasters ARD and ZDF have raised their investment in subsidized filmmaking by 10% per year for the next three years. The increase brings their total annual investment in German-made…
Rep. John Dingell (D-Mich.) has ordered congressional staffers to review whether a public hearing is needed to investigate NBC's embarrassing admission that it staged the crash of a General Motors…
NBC News announced last night that it had settled a defamation lawsuit brought by General Motors Corp. over the network's "demonstration" of a fiery pickup truck crash on its "Dateline NBC" program.
Kushner-Locke Co.'s net income soared to $ 944,000 (2 cents a share) for the fiscal first quarter that ended Dec. 31, vs. $ 290,000 (1 cents) in the same quarter last year. Revenues were up 76% to a…
News Corp. Ltd. posted higher revenues and better-than-expected earnings for the second fiscal quarter, in large part due to its Fox Broadcasting unit.