Fighting a recurrence of prostate cancer, the former Academy president says his priority is to persuade politicians to keep production in L.A.
The former Academy president takes the new position to stanch runaway production
The combative blogger has clashed repeatedly with her boss, but in a response on her blog declines to discuss her status
A new invitation to the May 4 "Future of Our Academy" meeting supplies more details on the unprecedented event
Before leaving office, Academy president Tom Sherak spoke to Lorne Michaels and Jimmy Fallon about the Oscars show; now it's up to new prez Hawk...
Producer Hawk Koch follows in his father Howard Koch's footsteps, is elected president of the Motion Picture Academy
As the AMPAS election to choose Tom Sherak's successor nears, top candidates appear to be Hawk Koch, Rob Friedman and Cheryl Boone Isaacs
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...
With Tom Sherak no longer eligible to remain Academy president, a number of contenders have surfaced -- some quietly, some less so
Incoming members of AMPAS Board of Governors include Dick Cook, who replaces outgoing Academy president Tom Sherak
Contract between Academy and Disney Media Distribution is extended through 2020
Academy debuts its new outdoor Hollywood theater with an open-air screening of "Field of Dreams," and some presidential popcorn scoopers
Earlier Oscar nominations will allow the Academy to test its new electronic voting system
Academy president Sherak: "To celebrate our past and deal with our present, that is who we are -- we're never going to forget the past,...
Minutes after Sacha Baron Cohen spilled "ashes" on Ryan Seacrest, he was visited by nervous Academy president Tom Sherak and Oscar producer Brian Grazer
While Sacha Baron Cohen is welcome to attend the Oscars, he's mocking the "Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Zionists" on his new movie's website
Academy president Tom Sherak and COO Ric Robertson talk about moving the Oscars date, leaving the Kodak and messing with Harvey Weinstein
With online Oscar voting scheduled to begin next year, the Academy's endearing ballot-mailing ritual may be coming to an end
From press-release errors to breaking with tradition for dubious reasons, the Academy has been acting strange lately
The "Winter's Bone" nominee will join Academy president Tom Sherak in the task
But is her job really in jeopardy, or is this just an attempt to embarrass her publicly?
Move will enable Board of Governors to consider alternate venues, but may also result in a return to the Kodak
Story revolves around a woman whose family moves in with her parents
"Did I know Brett Ratner had baggage? Yes, I did. I didn’t think about that. Should I have? No argument."
AMPAS CEO says revived museum could open in three years in old May Company building owned by L.A. County Museum of Art
Selection marks return to old-style Oscar-host resume: an actor with standup comic experience
Executive to serve third one-year term; Annette Bening, John Lasseter, Hawk Koch also elected to AMPAS offices
Appointment of longtime New Line marketing exec continues revamping of AMPAS' executive structure
On the retirement of the Academy's top staffer, a look back at snafus, power plays and battles won and lost
Top six winners qualify for this year's Oscars in short film categories