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  • Fox stays with ‘Simpsons’
    Friday February 27th 2009

    Fox has given a two-season pickup to “The Simpsons,” which will make the toon stalwart the longest-running scripted primetime skein in history. Separately, CBS on Thursday confirmed it has ordered two more cycles of “Survivor” for the 2009-10 season. The 44-episode order for “Simpsons” will take the 20th Century Fox TV series to an eye-popping 493 episodes and through its 22nd season, in 2010-11. That pushes the show past the 20-season mark held by CBS’ “Gunsmoke” and NBC/CBS’ “The Red Skelton Show.”

  • Art Directors Guild adds 500
    Friday February 27th 2009

    The Art Directors Guild has added about 500 members by completing its restructuring following its merger with smaller unions representing illustrators and set designers. The ADG, which operates as Local 800 of the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, made the announcement Thursday. The union announced a 20-member board and[…]

  • New WGA rule: No work, no vote
    Friday February 27th 2009

    In a move that imposes eligibility rules on the WGA East membership, leaders of the WGA West and the WGA East have reached agreement on joint standards for voting on nationwide issues such as strike authorizations. “We believe that this agreement on joint voting standards is a milestone in East-West[…]

  • WGA grills Leno about monologue
    Thursday February 26th 2009

    Jay Leno was grilled by a WGA West panel Wednesday as part of a disciplinary proceeding that the guild has brought against “The Tonight Show” host stemming from last year’s strike. Guild is reviewing the thorny issue of whether Leno, who is a WGA member, violated the strike rules imposed on scribes by delivering a monologue on the NBC lateniter in January and February 2008.

  • Deluxe taps Rick O’Hare
    Thursday February 26th 2009

    Rick O’Hare has joined Deluxe Entertainment Services Group as senior vp, studio account management and operations. O’Hare, who began his career with 20th Century Fox/DeLuxe Labs and most recently served as director and co-founder of Backlot Imaging, will manage Deluxe’s relationships with studio clients and will also service major accounts[…]

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Archives for: February 20095
  • Fox stays with ‘Simpsons’
    Friday February 27th 2009

    Fox has given a two-season pickup to “The Simpsons,” which will make the toon stalwart the longest-running scripted primetime skein in history. Separately, CBS on Thursday confirmed it has ordered two more cycles of “Survivor” for the 2009-10 season. The 44-episode order for “Simpsons” will take the 20th Century Fox TV series to an eye-popping 493 episodes and through its 22nd season, in 2010-11. That pushes the show past the 20-season mark held by CBS’ “Gunsmoke” and NBC/CBS’ “The Red Skelton Show.”

  • Art Directors Guild adds 500
    Friday February 27th 2009

    The Art Directors Guild has added about 500 members by completing its restructuring following its merger with smaller unions representing illustrators and set designers. The ADG, which operates as Local 800 of the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, made the announcement Thursday. The union announced a 20-member board and[…]

  • New WGA rule: No work, no vote
    Friday February 27th 2009

    In a move that imposes eligibility rules on the WGA East membership, leaders of the WGA West and the WGA East have reached agreement on joint standards for voting on nationwide issues such as strike authorizations. “We believe that this agreement on joint voting standards is a milestone in East-West[…]

  • WGA grills Leno about monologue
    Thursday February 26th 2009

    Jay Leno was grilled by a WGA West panel Wednesday as part of a disciplinary proceeding that the guild has brought against “The Tonight Show” host stemming from last year’s strike. Guild is reviewing the thorny issue of whether Leno, who is a WGA member, violated the strike rules imposed on scribes by delivering a monologue on the NBC lateniter in January and February 2008.

  • Deluxe taps Rick O’Hare
    Thursday February 26th 2009

    Rick O’Hare has joined Deluxe Entertainment Services Group as senior vp, studio account management and operations. O’Hare, who began his career with 20th Century Fox/DeLuxe Labs and most recently served as director and co-founder of Backlot Imaging, will manage Deluxe’s relationships with studio clients and will also service major accounts[…]

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Archives for: February 20095
  • Fox stays with ‘Simpsons’
    Friday February 27th 2009

    Fox has given a two-season pickup to “The Simpsons,” which will make the toon stalwart the longest-running scripted primetime skein in history. Separately, CBS on Thursday confirmed it has ordered two more cycles of “Survivor” for the 2009-10 season. The 44-episode order for “Simpsons” will take the 20th Century Fox TV series to an eye-popping 493 episodes and through its 22nd season, in 2010-11. That pushes the show past the 20-season mark held by CBS’ “Gunsmoke” and NBC/CBS’ “The Red Skelton Show.”

  • Art Directors Guild adds 500
    Friday February 27th 2009

    The Art Directors Guild has added about 500 members by completing its restructuring following its merger with smaller unions representing illustrators and set designers. The ADG, which operates as Local 800 of the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, made the announcement Thursday. The union announced a 20-member board and[…]

  • New WGA rule: No work, no vote
    Friday February 27th 2009

    In a move that imposes eligibility rules on the WGA East membership, leaders of the WGA West and the WGA East have reached agreement on joint standards for voting on nationwide issues such as strike authorizations. “We believe that this agreement on joint voting standards is a milestone in East-West[…]

  • WGA grills Leno about monologue
    Thursday February 26th 2009

    Jay Leno was grilled by a WGA West panel Wednesday as part of a disciplinary proceeding that the guild has brought against “The Tonight Show” host stemming from last year’s strike. Guild is reviewing the thorny issue of whether Leno, who is a WGA member, violated the strike rules imposed on scribes by delivering a monologue on the NBC lateniter in January and February 2008.

  • Deluxe taps Rick O’Hare
    Thursday February 26th 2009

    Rick O’Hare has joined Deluxe Entertainment Services Group as senior vp, studio account management and operations. O’Hare, who began his career with 20th Century Fox/DeLuxe Labs and most recently served as director and co-founder of Backlot Imaging, will manage Deluxe’s relationships with studio clients and will also service major accounts[…]

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