Some 700 workers at Bosnia state TV (BiH tv) will go on one-day strike Thursday, and could walk out indefinitely in protest at low salaries and delays in payment.
Peace moves between India and Pakistan could help the ailing Bollywood film industry, which is losing millions of dollars to pirates, according to media analysts.
Former Philips chairman Cor Boonstra was acquitted Monday of insider trading in connection with the takeover of Endemol, the global production company based in Holland.
In a decision with serious implications for Hollywood political fund-raising, a three-judge federal panel struck down large portions of the new federal campaign finance law Friday.
AFTRA's top exec Greg Hessinger will see a 62% jump in annual salary to $405,270 if the proposed SAG-AFTRA merger goes through.
Soaring health care costs continue to clobber Hollywood's work force with the Directors Guild of America unveiling tightened benefits and eligibility requirements.
The Casting Society of America has announced its board of directors for 2003.
With a major rewrite of the media ownership rules just weeks away, the Big Four nets are attempting to beat back a push by a coalition of Hollywood writers and TV producers to increase indie…
An Indian court on Friday ordered Bollywood thesp Salman Khan to stand trial on a charge of culpable homicide.
The Motion Picture Assn. of America has tapped David Green as its vice president and counsel specializing in technology and new media.
You know runaway production has become entrenched when even the head of the Directors Guild of America is shooting in Toronto and Prague. With DGA prexy Martha Coolidge prepping to lense "The Prince…