Glen Meredith, senior VP of business affairs at TriStar Pictures, is leaving the studio to join the Creative Artists Agency. Sources there confirmed the move and said the exec would be handling…
An A-list assembly of studio execs, filmmakers and Hollywood lawyers are set to square off in the upcoming Intl. Artist Rights Symposium, in what may be the first open dialogue on the "moral" issues…
A state assembly bill that would prohibit "disruptive activity" on film sets has drawn the ire of some of Hollywood's most powerful unions as a potentially labor-quashing piece of legislation.
Matt Saver, former chief operating officer of James Cameron's Lightstorm Entertainment, has returned to private law practice and has become of counsel to entertainment firm Myman, Abell, Fineman…
Seagram Co. has raised its stake in Time Warner to 14.2% with the purchase of an additional 4.59 million common shares for $ 173.4 million.
The FCC on Tuesday set a June 14 deadline for parties to file comments on whether changes should be made in the primetime access rule, and a July 14 deadline for rebuttal.
Nearly 2 million pirated videocassettes were seized last year by investigators in the anti-piracy office of the Motion Picture Assn. of America. The thefts represent a potential revenue loss to…
New York's NAACP chapters have asked the FCC to deny the license renewal of Fox O&O WNYW-TV, New York, claiming that Fox violated rules barring foreigners from owning more than a 25% stake in a U.S…
Byrdie Lifson-Pompan has flown the coop, leaving the Writers & Artists Agency to move over to Creative Artists Agency, sources said.
Government took a beating on Tuesday at the Big Picture Media Conference, an annual Gotham event sponsored by Variety Inc. and Wertheim Schroder. From cable execs griping about regulation to film…