Reflecting high stakes and the larger-than-usual number of open seats, a total of 157 candidates have been cleared to run for SAG's national board in Hollywood and New York.
In a move that is being criticized as a political vendetta gone out of control, the Massachusetts Film Office went dark Friday. Files were removed, and executive director Robin Dawson and her staff…
Former Intermedia sales agent Harold Van Lier has been named VP of international sales at Summit Entertainment.
Barry Kemp, the creator of "Newhart" and "Coach," has been tapped prexy of the board of trustees at the Writers Guild Foundation.
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Cable operators in Bangladesh ended a four-day strike July 22 that had switched off services to an estimated 1 million television homes.
For showbiz, the fiscal heat is getting more intense. With no company above suspicion these days, Hollywood and its accounting practices will almost certainly be swept up in the imbroglio over…
As a proponent of free expression, it's a bit ironic that artist and filmmaker Julian Schnabel finds himself in a dispute over whether a documentary about his creative process should be screened for…
More than a couple of media congloms' rosy financial reports last week were hidden amid the thicket of negative press over AOL Time Warner's fiscal travails.
Sony Corp. swung to a profit last quarter on the shoulders of "Spider-Man" and a sharp upturn at its giant electronics biz. The conglom posted net income of $481 million for the fiscal first quarter…
A firming ad market has boosted Viacom earnings, and its Sumner Redstone and Mel Karmazin are gloating over competitors' accounting probes and strategic woes.