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Writer’s Guild, Studio Near Deal To Avoid Strike

wga-west-logo__140530220022 The Writers Guild of America and the major studios with which it is negotiating appear to have moved closer to a deal that would avert a strike, with the studios increasing their offers on several contentious issues, including the writers' health fund, it was reported Monday. Read More

Bill Block Named Miramax CEO

Miramax announced Wednesday that entertainment industry veteran Bill Block was named CEO. A producer of independent feature films, Block most recently served as founder/CEO of production company QED. Prior to that, he was the president of Artisan Entertainment. Read More

CBS, ‘The Big Bang Theory’ Top Weekly TV Ratings

With CBS, NBC and ABC airing more reruns than usual because of Easter Week's historically below average viewership, CBS had two of the three prime-time programs to average more than 10 million viewers, according to live-plus-same day figures released Tuesday by Nielsen.    The CBS comedy "The Big Bang Theory" was the most-watched prime-time program between April 10 and Sunday, averaging 11.889 million viewers. Read More

Musician Marina To Perform At Cedars-Sinai Yom Ha’Shoah Event


Award-winning concert pianist and recording-artist Marina will perform her original composition Kaddish and her original rendition The Schindler's List Concerto at the Yom HaShoah Memorial event, on Friday, April 21, at noon at the Harvey Morse Auditorium, at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.

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