Television production in Southern California is following the film industry out of town in the search for better tax incentives.
Academy President Tom Sherak announced today that Academy Award®-winner Brian Grazer will join Don Mischer as a producer of the 84th Academy Awards. This will be the first time Grazer has produced the Oscar® telecast.
You might think the film industry is all about Hollywood and downtown L.A., but Pasadena is a prime location for all kinds of productions.
South Bay beach cities have seen plenty of Hollywood spotlights over the years.
The Wells Fargo Tower where we are broadcasting from has been seen in many films over the years, just like most of downtown
Long Beach is more than 30 miles away from Hollywood, but you wouldn’t know it by the amount of production taking place here.
The president of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation says $14,000 in fines is not enough to address the health care threat posed by unprotected sex on porn shoots.
A state panel received glowing reviews from filmmakers on the benefits of the two-year-old tax credit program.
“Two and a Half Men” star Charlie Sheen has skirted disaster as a wayward, middle-aged party boy who regularly tested the patience of the TV network and studio trying to protect their valuable sitcom property.
The small screen led the way in 2010, growing 49.9 percent in the fourth quarter to end the year with an 11.9 percent gain over 2009.
Roughly one hundred workers for the NBC-TV show “The Biggest Loser” were on strike Monday in an effort block non-union employees from going to work, union officials said.
The two biggest film production industries in the world have approved a deal that could create hundreds of local jobs.
Showbiz representatives say more fees have crippled film shoots in California, which has lost 62 percent of all production since 2002.