Ted Sarandos

WGA-AMPTP Negotiations Still Going Amid Signs of Momentum

Negotiations between the Writers Guild of America (WGA) and the Hollywood studios continued into Friday night as questions swirled around town regarding whether a deal had been reached […]

WGA Picket Lines Swell with Solidarity and Cautious Optimism as AMPTP Contract Talks Go a Third Day with CEOs

WGA picket lines on the West Coast swelled Friday in response to the call from guild leaders for a strong turnout on the streets as labor and management […]

Netflix Will Be to Trying to Turn Password-Sharers Into Paid Customers ‘for Some Time,’ Co-CEO Says

Netflix just kicked off its big crackdown on illicit password-sharing users this spring — but co-CEO Greg Peters says there’s still a long road ahead of the company […]

WGA Response to Studios Indicates No Quick End to Strike

The Writers Guild of America responded Tuesday to the latest proposal from the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers, but any hopes for an easy resolution of […]

Clarence Avant, the ‘Godfather of Black Entertainment,’ Dies at 92

Clarence Avant, whose unofficial title of the “Black Godfather” spanned the worlds of music, sports, entertainment and politics, died Sunday at his home in Los Angeles, according to […]

Hollywood Strikes Amplify Criticism of Lavish Media CEO Pay Packages

Hit any picket line in Hollywood these days, and there’s a good chance you’ll see signs slamming the lavish paydays for entertainment chiefs like Disney’s Bob Iger and […]