In the first officially organized SAG picket since the 2000 strike, dozens of union thesps protested Thursday against Oscar winner Jon Voight's shooting a non-union production, "A Deadly Course."
The New York Yankees-owned YES Network appears headed for another bruising court battle with a local cable operator less than three months after it settled a nightmarish yearlong legal donnybrook…
German pubcaster ZDF has abandoned plans to build a media theme park near its headquarters in Mainz that was projected to cost $140 million.
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No contemporary filmmaker has taken a comicbook character more seriously than Ang Lee takes "Hulk." The search for one's true identity, the struggle of an everyday personality with a dark inner self…
AFTRA has formally objected to Infinity Broadcasting asking its radio newscasters to promote the AOL Broadband service, but Infinity has asserted it is no longer doing so.
Cabler Comcast on Wednesday named political fund-raiser Melissa Maxfield senior director for federal government affairs in Washington, D.C.
Actor-singer Theodore Bikel has been elected to an eighth term as president of the Associated Actors and Artistes of America, an international union from which the various performer unions derive…
Adding yet another twist to the long-running Winnie the Pooh case, Bert Fields has ankled as lead attorney to the Slesinger family, the plaintiffs in a bitter court fight with Disney over royalty…
Actors' Equity Assn. prexy Patrick Quinn has strongly urged the union's members to vote for the proposal to merge SAG and AFTRA into a new umbrella union.
Michael Jackson has settled a $12 million lawsuit filed against him by a former business manager, the pop star's attorney Zia F. Modabber claimed Wednesday. Settlement terms weren't disclosed.
European children's channel Fox Kids Europe swung from a $700,000 loss to a pretax profit of $3.3 million for the first six months ended March 31, thanks to a strong performance by its channel and…