Hollywood Adds 12,000 Jobs In January

The industry saw the gains in the motion picture and sound recording sectors.

Hollywood Film, TV Production Slow To Rebound After Strikes

TV and film production in Los Angeles was slow to recover from the industry-wide strikes last fall, according to new data released by FilmLA. Scripted TV production ticked up slightly in the fourth quarter compared with the prior three-month period, but still remained far below historic levels. And feature film production continued to decline even after the strikes ended. The WGA strike ended on September 27 after nearly five months, and the SAG-AFTRA strike concluded six weeks later, on November 9.

Strike-Delayed Production Pushes Showtime’s ‘Yellowjackets’ Season 3 To 2025

How Streamers And Dealmakers Alike Are Shifting Strategies Post-Strike

There was a time when streamers — led by Netflix, burning a hole in its balance sheet with annual negative cash flow in the billions — were banking on double-digit subscriber growth. And they were spending on content like there was no tomorrow. Well, tomorrow came.

L.A. City Council Moves To Expedite Film, TV Production After Hollywood Strikes

The council told various departments to identify any resources or policy changes needed to expedite the local film and television production in town.