In these tough times, the words of those in charge are chosen with extra care. Witness President Obama's tightrope walk in his Feb. 24 address to Congress, full of precisely calibrated language about…
The outlook on Hollywood's labor front is getting murkier.
Weighed down by shrinking ad revs and $10.8 billion debt, Hispanic media giant Univision pinkslipped some 300 employees today, roughly 6% of its workforce.
TV Azteca saw some sunshine, while its giant rival Televisa saw almost none, as the respective No. 2 and No. 1 national broadcasters gave sharply contrasting fourth-quarter 2008 results Thursday.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap.I'll have a story up on Twitter taking D.C. by storm, with even John McCain now posting on a regular basis. Is that signal that the trend has…
Two of Eastern Europe's leading commercial TV networks have defied the worldwide economic recession and reported strong full year results for 2008.
France's telcos are protesting the huge price of the Gallic government's anti-piracy crackdown.
The SAG stalemate is here to stay for at least a few more weeks, as it's unlikely that either side is going to budge on the issue of when the feature-primetime contract expires.
The Art Directors Guild has added about 500 members by completing its restructuring following its merger with smaller unions representing illustrators and set designers.
Jeremy Piven is off the hook, at least for now.