Edited version We're already seeing the sweeping declarations: The Obama honeymoon is over. In her latest campaign documentary, HBO's "Right America: Feeling Wronged," which debuts on Monday…
As the first snowflakes fell toward the end of what had been an unusually mild Berlinale, departing film execs were taking some reassurance in the knowledge that at a time of global financial…
A year has passed, but the WGA West is still reviewing the possibility of disciplinary action against Jay Leno for "Tonight Show" monologues he delivered while the guild was on strike.
One year later, the evidence is clear: The WGA strike crippled the film and TV biz at a time when the industry was already caught in the buzzsaw of a radically changing marketplace for Hollywood's…
A year after it ended, the WGA strike remains a landmark event in Hollywood history that still provokes strong emotions.
John McLean is a three-decade veteran of hammering out labor deals from both sides of the table. He's familiar with all the players in last year's WGA strike and, while no longer an active…
President Obama's first primetime news conference averaged 49.5 million viewers Monday on eight combined broadcast and cable networks, according to estimates from Nielsen Media Research.
Comcast has upped Steve Dolcemaschio to chief operating officer, where he'll continue to oversee all finance and business operations for cable networks E!, Style, G4 and FearNet.
A prominent group of showbiz players including Martha Stewart, Lauren Zalaznick and Susan Lyne offered beleaguered advertisers a way through the recession Tuesday: Pitch women.
The Screen Actors Guild and the congloms will resume feature-primetime contract talks Feb. 17 — but with president Alan Rosenberg's lawsuit threatening to derail any deal.
President Barack Obama's economic recovery plan has passed the Senate and is on its way to difficult House-Senate negotiations.