Racism is still rampant within Hollywood, especially when it comes to hiring minorities for key executive posts, according to a SAG-AFTRA panel sesh, but there are indications that some studio chiefs…
Some two dozen current and former Universal Studios Hollywood employees said they've witnessed or suffered sexual harassment at the tourist attraction, the L.A. Times reported yesterday.
President Bill Clinton's economic plan contains bad news for Hollywood and broadcasters: the new investment tax credit proposal will not apply to motion pictures, while broadcasters are facing the…
Writers saw residuals earnings increase 4.7% during 1992, marking a slow growth year due to a sluggish fourth quarter and the resumption of first-run syndication programming on television that has…
Hollywood's bid to have the full 11-judge federal appeals court in Chicago review the fin-syn case has been denied.
The Federal Communications Commission has asked a federal court to return a Fairness Doctrine case to the FCC, where presumably the commission could vote to reimpose the regulation that forces…
The U.S. Dept. of Justice has offered a ringing endorsement of a provision in the new cable law that requires cable operators to guarantee carriage of most broadcast stations.
Key lawmakers have introduced legislation that would abolish the Copyright Royalty Tribunal, the federal agency that distributes cable TV payments to Hollywood programmers, professional sports…
Gaylord Entertainment Co. posted a threefold increase in net income for the fourth quarter ended Dec. 31, a record. Profits jumped to $ 8.8 million from $ 2 .9 million.
Six years after initial petitions were filed, employees at CNN's New York bureau may soon vote on unionization, following a recent ruling by the National Labor Relations Board.
Members of the Vandellas and the Marvelettes, whose 1960s hits included "Heat Wave" and "Please, Mr. Postman," have sued Motown, claiming the record company broke contracts by failing to pay…