Citing his work on the runaway production issue, the Directors Guild of America has tapped Rep. Charles Rangel for an award at its third annual DGA Honors gala June 9.
Liberty Media's top brass helped themselves to a slice of humble pie at an investors' meeting Wednesday, setting out to explain the conglom's labyrinth of business units in hopes of shoring up its…
Doris Kirch, head of international co-productions at the cash-strapped Kirch Group's ProSiebenSat 1, will leave the broadcaster at the end of May.
The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists has announced that it will oppose a proposed settlement in a long-running suit filed against its health and retirement funds by a group of 1960s…
Viacom toppers Sumner Redstone and Mel Karmazin spent several hours defending their generous pay packages for last year when shareholders blasted the big bucks at a raucous annual meeting Wednesday…
An antitrust suit that charges several Hollywood majors with conspiring with Blockbuster against indie vidtailers and fixing wholesale vid rental prices is going to trial.
It could be a whole new twist on reality TV. That's the preliminary word from some news networks as they digested the possibility that, for the first time ever, Democrats and Republicans may hold…
Screen Actors Guild execs have significantly scaled back the size of SAG's new Gotham offices amid persistent questions about its 20-year, $56 million lease agreement.
Quebec pubcaster Radio-Canada settled late Wednesday with the union representing 1,500 on-air and newsroom workers who have been locked out for two months.
Still feeling the impacts of lower entertainment production and advertising spending, post house Laser-Pacific Media reported its first quarter income plunged 72% to $393,000 on $8 million revenue, a…
Miramax Films has signed a long-term agreement with the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees and its Motion Picture Screen Cartoonists Local 839 for work on animated features.