Between 300 and 400 union people mobbed the street outside of the CBS Studio in Studio City yesterday, cheering union leaders who gathered to send a message to Hollywood's producers and studio…
The Motion Picture Sound Editors announced officers elected to serve two-year terms.
Viacom Intl. has become the second major entertainment company to offer health benefits to employees' same-sex partners.
Philips N.V.'s efforts to rally support for its CD-I player took shape yesterday at the second annual meeting of some 1,000 developers and publishers.
The Writers Guild of America West has entered into arbitration proceedings against KCBS over allegations the O&O circumvented a contract covering news writers--a claim denied by the station.
Hanna-Barbera Inc. yesterday eliminated about 10 positions in a variety of areas, roughly half of which were staff writers whose positions will now become freelance.
Alfred DiTolla, president of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, will be one of several speakers at a "stop union busting" rally today at the CBS Studio Center in Studio City.
Comcast Corp. may receive an estimated $ 109 million in backing for its United Kingdom cable TV and telecommunications ventures as a result of agreements it has struck with Warburg, Pincus & Co. and…
For the six months, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.'s net profits slid 54% to $ 234.5 million (11 cents a share), compared to a net of $ 509.8 million (21 cents).
Eastman Kodak Co. posted a net profit of $ 189 million (58 cents a share) for the third quarter, compared to a $ 118 million (37 cents) loss for the same period last year.
Landmark Theatres announced on Friday its acquisition of the three-screen Chez Artiste Theatre in Denver from United Artists.