Attendance at the Mip TV mart will be dented -- but not decimated -- by recession, according to statistics released by organizers Reed Midem on Monday.
Citing major losses in the value of its investments, the pension plan for the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists has tightened eligibility requirements for vesting, accrual and…
Sending your resume or reel around but not getting any nibbles? Laid off during the recession and feeling down about today's hiring prospects?
I'm very optimistic about hiring opportunities in Hollywood, even though they've been reduced because of the current economic crisis," says Stacy Milner. "Every single day, I'm still sending people…
Hiring freezes and downsizing abound, but some sectors of the industry remain relatively understaffed.
After one of the most contentious periods in SAG history, guild president Alan Rosenberg has been taking a break. Instead of wrangling union issues he's spent the past few weeks directing a play -…
Koreans treat their clergy with reverence -- even if that means upsetting a favorite native helmer. "Oldboy" director Park Chan-wook found out the hard way when a teaser poster for his vampire pic…
The 15 Hollywood-based locals of the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees have ratified a new three-year deal with the congloms covering about 35,000 below-the-line members.
Updated That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Norm Coleman's attorney says he's "done" and that Al Franken will still be ahead after the appeal is completed. But he did not concede the…
A trio of former employees have sued "American Idol" producer FremantleMedia North America, alleging failure to pay overtime, falsified time cards and denial of meals and rest periods.
Barack Obama gave a stimulus bump to NBC and Jay Leno with his "Tonight Show" appearance on Thursday, drawing the show's highest ratings in four years.