Showing strong support for Hollywood on the runaway production front, the California State Assembly has backed tax credit legislation for projects filmed in California.
To drum up more business, upcoming syndie "We the Jury" is willing to work pro bono on the weekends.
The state of California has reiterated its stance against "pay to audition" casting workshops, three months after warning operators of those workshops that they're breaking the law by charging actors…
Andrew Goldman has been named senior veep and general manager of media sales at Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution.
Citing runaway production, the Directors Guild of America will take Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Miami and Orlando off its list of "production centers" on July 1.
Despite mounting criticism over its scorched-earth tactics in dealing with online file swappers, the music industry isn't letting up in its campaign to sue would-be pirates out of existence. Last…
Vivendi Universal's five American board members -- Edgar Bronfman Sr., Charles Bronfman, Edgar Bronfman Jr., Marie-Josee Kravis and Electronic Data Systems board prexy Richard Brown -- have been the…
Screen Actors Guild execs have significantly scaled back the size of SAG's new Gotham offices amid persistent questions about its 20-year, $56 million lease agreement.
Frederick Huntsberry, previously senior VP and chief financial officer at Universal Studios, was upped Tuesday to exec veep and CFO at Vivendi Universal Entertainment.
The Screen Actors Guild has promoted legal department attorneys Duncan Crabtree-Ireland and Alison Platt.
The Screen Actors Guild has transferred a pair of veteran execs to head SAGIndie, the guild's outreach arm for independent filmmakers, and relocated the operation to national headquarters in…