Leaders of the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees have reversed course and restored the charter of Las Vegas-based IA Local 720, which reps at least 1,300 stagehands and other entertainment…
Lew Wasserman, the last of Hollywood's major builders, died at home Monday of complications from a stroke. He was 89. He transformed the agency biz, and his influence on film and TV production…
Staving off a political battle, the Federal Communications Commission is expected to keep on the books program access rules ordering cablers with a stake in a network to offer those nets to…
Babette Haas resigned Monday as chief financial officer of production company Das Werk.
Bucking the entrenched pessimism in the media market amid tumbling stock prices and lousy ad markets for congloms, PricewaterhouseCoopers predicted strong growth for the industry worldwide in coming…
Adelphia's hopes of evading bankruptcy court dimmed over the weekend as negotiations to sell some of its assets to cable mogul Paul Allen hit a wall, and at least two major shareholders -- repping…
Hilary Meserole has joined CAA's corporate consulting division as an agent.
Highlighting efforts to beef up contract enforcement overseas, SAG has disclosed half a dozen new projects shot in foreign countries for which its members are working under SAG terms and provisions.
The first witness in the $14 million legal spat between Woody Allen and his former friend and producer Jean Doumanian testified on Friday.
"Star Wars: Episode II -- Attack of the Clones" is not immune from cloning in Malaysia, where pirated versions were available days before the pic opened in theaters.
Shares of Vivendi Universal rebounded Friday after taking a drubbing a day earlier as investors worried that a midweek executive meeting produced few concrete plans for reducing the French media…