Members of 19 West Coast locals repping more than 20,000 members of the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees have ratified a new basic agreement by a four-to-one margin.
The Center for Communication Law & Policy at USC said it will go forward with next week's forum on media ownership rules despite the decision of Republican FCC commissioner Kevin Martin not to attend…
Viacom swung to a healthy profit last quarter on 12% higher revenue, yet the stock fell Wednesday as cash flow ebbed, war jitters grew and a big question mark continued to hover over chief operating…
Paramount Pictures has paid mid-six figures to option the rights to graphic novel "The Interman" for producer Gale Anne Hurd's Valhalla Motion Pictures to produce.
The riders on the legal storm over the use of the name the Doors are duking it out in the press. Drummer John Densmore was widely quoted to stop his former bandmates Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger…
Actors Equity Assn. exec director Alan Eisenberg has backed the proposal to merge SAG and AFTRA, in a sign that the theatrical performers org may also be heading toward joining the combined org.
Vivendi Universal picked up a cool $257 million at Barry Diller's expense Wednesday, cashing out some 28 million in warrants and options in Diller's USA Interactive .
Smiling in the face of pending war and prolonged recession, Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. and Fox Entertainment Group turned in another picture-postcard quarter.
Here they go again. The French are trying to gather support for the so-called “cultural exception,” the practice whereby a country favors its own movie, music and TV biz by creating subsidies and…
To the Editor: We’ve always respected your opinion over the years, Mr. Goldman, only to find out what a schmuck you really are! If you don’t like Mr. Scorsese, then keep your mouth shut. “Gangs” is a…
Get used to the idea that America's century-long pop cultural hegemony is over.