Hollywood executives and talent are readying a big push for L.A. Works' one-day work-a-thon, scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. Saturday at Exposition Park.
A jury has delivered a mixed verdict in a civil suit filed by a computer technician who claimed she was attacked by members of rap singer Hammer's entourage.
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Tele-Communications Inc.'s proposed drive into pay-per-view programming with Carolco Pictures has raised a firestorm of reaction among exhibitors, studio executives and Wall Street.
The administration's plan to raise $ 7.2 billion by selling airwave rights to new wireless technologies cannot exclude small businesses in favor of those with deep pockets, exex told a House…
Hollywood's call for the Clinton administration Justice Dept. to support fin-syn-related decrees may have fallen on deaf ears. The Justice Dept. has had a longstanding opposition to the financial…
The Federal Trade Commission has filed a complaint against infomercial producer David P. Del Dotto for allegedly misrepresenting numerous features of his company's real estate venture called the…
Noting that fewer than 10% of TV movies are filmed under union contract, one union official within the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees is warning members that now is the time to take a…
Members of the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists have approved a new three-year industrial/education/non-broadcast contract. Of the 22% of all eligible…
The William Morris Agency announced Thursday that it has signed film director Phil Joanou, who was previously repped by Creative Artists Agency.
Recently departed Metropolitan Talent Agency lit agents Joel Gotler and Irv Schwartz have joined forces with longtime Irving Lazar associate Alan Nevins to form their own agency, Renaissance.
A former MCA employee accused of pumping more than 30 rifle shots at the company's Universal City headquarters pleaded innocent Thursday to the attack that injured eight women.