Changes in the Controversial Oscar Foreign-Language Process? Don't Hold Your Breath 27 weeks ago
Voters in Oscar's foreign-language category who feel they were disenfranchised when controversial new rules went in place back in 2008...
By Steve Pond
Producer Ron Yerxa and former AMPAS executive Bruce Davis are new co-chairs of a committee overseen for 12 sometimes controversial years by Mark Johnson
As his three years in office come to an end, Academy president Tom Sherak reflects on executive unheaval, controversial rule changes and the Brett Ratner fiasco
On the retirement of the Academy's top staffer, a look back at snafus, power plays and battles won and lost
Exclusive: The new rules for Best Picture nominations could dramatically change the number of voters whose ballots influence the slate of nominees
As Dawn Hudson comes aboard as the Academy's new CEO, she'll be facing questions about the future of the troubled telecast -- and more
Oscar-watchers consider new AMPAS chief Dawn Hudson, and what her appointment means for the Academy
Passed over for top position, longtime Academy exec says he's committed to working with Dawn Hudson as COO
The new CEO and COO of the Academy are a study in contrasts
Pact to broadcast Oscar show extended through 2020
The Oscar producers have big plans…and shaky math skills
Four months after the Executive Director announced his retirement, the Academy still hasn't seen any replacement candidates.
Dinner with "Dogtooth," the Js have it, and a status report on the Academy's executive search
Academy president: "It’s going to be a bump, but somebody else will come in and fill those shoes"
Thirty-year AMPAS veteran will step down as executive director next June
Moving the Oscars to January, which the Academy admits its considering, would have dramatic repercussions on voters, studios and other awards shows
"Celebrity Apprentice" season finale up from last week but down from last year's finale