SAG CEO Bob Pisano is considering closing some of SAG's smaller regional offices as part of his "top-to-bottom" reorg of the guild.
Peter Scarlet, American director of the grande dame of French cultural institutions, the Cinematheque Francaise, says the current row between employees and management is due to cultural…
MTV Networks Intl. prexy William H. Roedy will be honored for his work in the fight against HIV/AIDS at the Global Business Council on HIV/AIDS 2002 Awards for Business Excellence, hosted by Bill…
In a blistering indictment of media consolidation, the Caucus for TV Producers, Writers & Directors called on federal regulators Monday to step in and stop the big congloms from stamping out…
Investors have deserted Village Roadshow stock after the company suspending payment of dividends for ordinary shares.
Us Weekly has promoted senior editor Ken Baker to the post of West Coast bureau chief. Baker will succeed Todd Gold, who went to rival People.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. has reupped Dagmar Dunlevy as prexy for the 2002-2003 term.
The Writers Guild of America's two branches have announced they are launching a low-budget agreement specifically covering indie features budgeted at under $750,000.
In an apparent move to bolster local political alliances, Los Angeles Mayor James K. Hahn has skedded a confab with leaders of Hollywood labor unions for today.
Helkon Media is swopping stock exchanges in a bid to cut costs. It will quit the Neuer Markt June 28 and reappear on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange July 1.
Back in the black and with a new technology to show off to its shareholders, executives were all smiles at the annual general meeting for Imax held in Toronto June 5.