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Archives for: December 20075
  • Strikers put down pickets for Liz Taylor
    Monday December 03rd 2007

    The WGA agreed not to picket the Paramount Pictures lot when actress and AIDS activist Taylor gave a benefit performance of A.R. Gurney’s play "Love Letters" with James Earl Jones

  • Hollywood writers mull offer
    Sunday December 02nd 2007

    Film and TV writers who’ve been on strike for nearly a month are mulling a new contract offer from Hollywood studios.

  • Leno staff fired as strike drags on
    Sunday December 02nd 2007

    Entire staff told that they were not only out of a job but also that they weren’t guaranteed of being rehired once "The Tonight Show" returns

  • Studios budge but WGA unmoved
    Saturday December 01st 2007

    The Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers on Thursday advanced new proposals on new-media compensation in its contract with the WGA. Management will be watching for signs of any receptivity to the concessions, but AMPTP negotiators have grown increasingly pessimistic that talks can yield a deal anytime soon, and early signs were that the WGA was underwhelmed by the latest management tweaks.

  • Deluxe in Rainmaker deal
    Saturday December 01st 2007

    Rainmaker Income Fund has agreed to sell part of its production and visual effects operations to Deluxe Entertainment Services Group Inc. for $16.5 million as it moves to develop more computer-generated films

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ARCHIVES

Archives for: December 20075
  • Strikers put down pickets for Liz Taylor
    Monday December 03rd 2007

    The WGA agreed not to picket the Paramount Pictures lot when actress and AIDS activist Taylor gave a benefit performance of A.R. Gurney’s play "Love Letters" with James Earl Jones

  • Hollywood writers mull offer
    Sunday December 02nd 2007

    Film and TV writers who’ve been on strike for nearly a month are mulling a new contract offer from Hollywood studios.

  • Leno staff fired as strike drags on
    Sunday December 02nd 2007

    Entire staff told that they were not only out of a job but also that they weren’t guaranteed of being rehired once "The Tonight Show" returns

  • Studios budge but WGA unmoved
    Saturday December 01st 2007

    The Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers on Thursday advanced new proposals on new-media compensation in its contract with the WGA. Management will be watching for signs of any receptivity to the concessions, but AMPTP negotiators have grown increasingly pessimistic that talks can yield a deal anytime soon, and early signs were that the WGA was underwhelmed by the latest management tweaks.

  • Deluxe in Rainmaker deal
    Saturday December 01st 2007

    Rainmaker Income Fund has agreed to sell part of its production and visual effects operations to Deluxe Entertainment Services Group Inc. for $16.5 million as it moves to develop more computer-generated films

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ARCHIVES

Archives for: December 20075
  • Strikers put down pickets for Liz Taylor
    Monday December 03rd 2007

    The WGA agreed not to picket the Paramount Pictures lot when actress and AIDS activist Taylor gave a benefit performance of A.R. Gurney’s play "Love Letters" with James Earl Jones

  • Hollywood writers mull offer
    Sunday December 02nd 2007

    Film and TV writers who’ve been on strike for nearly a month are mulling a new contract offer from Hollywood studios.

  • Leno staff fired as strike drags on
    Sunday December 02nd 2007

    Entire staff told that they were not only out of a job but also that they weren’t guaranteed of being rehired once "The Tonight Show" returns

  • Studios budge but WGA unmoved
    Saturday December 01st 2007

    The Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers on Thursday advanced new proposals on new-media compensation in its contract with the WGA. Management will be watching for signs of any receptivity to the concessions, but AMPTP negotiators have grown increasingly pessimistic that talks can yield a deal anytime soon, and early signs were that the WGA was underwhelmed by the latest management tweaks.

  • Deluxe in Rainmaker deal
    Saturday December 01st 2007

    Rainmaker Income Fund has agreed to sell part of its production and visual effects operations to Deluxe Entertainment Services Group Inc. for $16.5 million as it moves to develop more computer-generated films

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