Actors in British Columbia have opted to continue re-affiliation talks with ACTRA, Canada's screen performers union -- despite a proposed merger with the Canadian branch of the Teamsters.
A group of clothing and textile union workers will demonstrate outside the Walt Disney Co. corporate headquarters in Burbank at 8 a.m. today to protest the company's alleged "indifference" to…
After months of unsuccessful negotiations for a production deal with Arnon Milchan, MGM has turned around and filed a multimillion-dollar suit against the indie producer, saying he reneged on a…
Benjamin Melniker, co-exec producer of "Batman," admitted Wednesday under cross-examination that he may have had knowledge of a Warner Bros./PolyGram Pics deal to produce one of the decade's biggest…
The Los Angeles Times has teamed with Pacific Telesis to offer a home shopping service to Angelenos. "It will provide us with the home shopping lane" on the information superhighway, said Lee Camp…
U.S. Supreme Court justices weighed in skeptically Wednesday during oral arguments over the constitutionality of a law that forces cable operators to reserve as much as a third of their channels for…
If Viacom's Sumner Redstone still wants a shot at Paramount Communications, he had better come back with a higher bid by Jan. 21.
A Virginia district court judge has thrown out a lawsuit against helmer/scripter John Sayles over copyright infringement on the Oscar-nominated film "Passion Fish."
Bell Atlantic Corp.'s Bell Atlantic Video Services Co. unit and Oracle Corp. said they plan to jointly develop and market interactive multimedia software and services.
Granada Group PLC said it was extending its offer for shares in LWT Holdings PLC another two weeks to Jan. 26. Granada launched a hostile bid for the parent of the London Weekend Television network…