Now that a federal appeals court has cleared the way for an Oct. 7 recall vote, Arnold Schwarzenegger has entered crunch time in his bid to transform himself from a movie star to governor.
SAG members have re-elected Melissa Gilbert to a two-year term as president over challenges from treasurer Kent McCord and activist Gordon Drake.
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Dolby Laboratories is making a move to address the industry's growing concern over piracy, acquiring digital content protection and anti-piracy technology company Cinea.
A union request that Dow Jones employees not appear on CNBC shouldn't affect Thursday's Democratic presidential debate, hosted jointly by the financial cable news net and the Wall Street Journal.
Three years after a very public dispute with the ad industry, SAG and AFTRA have opted for a hush-hush approach in seeking a new contract.
Dozens of songwriters from across the country swarmed Capitol Hill on Tuesday to press their antipiracy case and celebrate the creation of the Congressional Songwriters' Caucus.
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At a hearing closely watched by Hollywood and the nation, an 11-judge panel of the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Monday grappled with how the Supreme Court's Bush vs. Gore decision applies to…
Village Roadshow has been hit with a $A148 million ($96.2 million) suit by former finance director Peter Ziegler, claiming he did not receive a termination payment.
A filmmaker asked a New Hampshire federal judge on Monday to bar the broadcast of the pilot of David E. Kelley's television series "The Brotherhood of Poland, N.H."
Reflecting the overcrowded and increasingly competitive market for Gotham-based film publicity firms, mPRm Public Relations will shutter its New York office by the end of the year.
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