The Screen Actors Guild has tapped Beverley Kite for the new post of chief informational officer. Appointment comes three months after guild leaders authorized a $4.4 million upgrade of information…
SAG is quietly moving toward shoring up the sour partnership with its sister union, the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists.
Beleaguered media giant Vivendi Universal can buckle down to the serious task of spinning off assets after confirming Wednesday that it had received a 1 billion franc ($988.7 million) cash injection.
About 450 Teamsters-repped location scouts, managers and assistants have ratified a three-year contract with studios.
A seasoned congressional aide has ankled his Capitol Hill gig to join the lobbying shop at the Recording Industry Assn. of America. David Sutphen will serve as a veep and legislative counsel at the…
Nelvana, Canada's leading animation producer, has cut 65 production staff jobs -- around 10% of its staff -- as part of a major restructuring due to tough economic conditions in the international TV…
French TV group TF1 has confirmed it's bid for the bankrupt KirchMedia, the core TV and rights division of the likewise insolvent German media giant Kirch Group.
Miramax has filed lawsuits in New York and Paris against French production-distribution company Bac Majestic after the latter accused the Gotham mini-major of improperly ending their output deal…
French financial regulators are probing the past 17 months of Vivendi Universal's books, as the beleaguered media giant continues to negotiate with banks after securing a $993 million loan Tuesday…
Moving toward resolving the dispute over casting directors accepting fees to see actors, California Labor Commissioner Arthur Lujan conducted a public hearing Tuesday on the hot-button issue.
Off-lot feature production in Los Angeles has remained at depressed levels far below last year's super-charged pace.