As the evidence mounts that SAG's 122,000-plus members are in no mood to approve a strike authorization vote, the guild's top two bosses seem to be twisting in the chilly December wind, looking for…
Rumors are heating up in D.C. that President-elect Obama will name Julius Genachowski to head the Federal Communications Commission.
Moving to beef up its film presence after a series of layoffs, the Los Angeles Times has reassigned longtime entertainment editor Betsy Sharkey to serve as a full-time film critic.
A week after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Tribune Co. has tapped its broadcasting president Ed Wilson to take on additional duties as the company's chief revenue officer.
Will "Two and a Half Men" and "Family Guy" have to settle for cents on the dollar as a result of Tribune Co.'s bankruptcy filing?
Monday's bankruptcy filing by Tribune Co. has raised speculation that the company's dire straits will prompt it to focus largely on its TV assets and sell the Los Angeles Times and other newspapers.
A year has passed since the Writers Guild of America went on strike against Hollywood's majors, and now the biz is girding for the prospect of another strike by the Screen Actors Guild.
Tyler Perry has come to terms with the Writers Guild of America West on a contract covering scribes on his TBS comedy skeins "House of Payne" and "Meet the Browns."
The Big Four nets are plotting their midseason sked changes as primetime heads into the zone of holiday specials and repeats.
The strike saber-rattling by the Screen Actors Guild is sending the studios into the arms of its rival, AFTRA, for pilot season.
Jack Bauer's return to primetime after an 18-month absence drew a big crowd, but not quite big enough for Fox's telepic "24: Redemption" to knock off ABC's telecast of the American Music Awards.