Showbiz gets ready for the arrival of a new sheriff in Washington. Because no matter what happens next week on Election Day, one thing is certain: Current FCC chief Kevin Martin is out the door.
Another 75 editorial staffers were let go at the Los Angeles Times on Monday, including numerous reporters and editors involved in arts and entertainment coverage.
Bud Bundy is back in business with Sony TV.
It would seem to be a golden opportunity to grab the attention of the turned-off-by-politics demo.
Vince Vaughn is bringing his guy's guy sensibility to a laffer in the works for FoxBroadcasting Co. and 20th Century Fox TV.
MSNBC is getting ready to raise the curtain on its MSNBC Films unit with plans set for its first theatrical release, while another original doc is set to bow on the cabler next month.
The former CBS News anchor is joining the list of Yanks who get more respect from the Gauls than they do at home. Rather has been tapped by Canal Plus to cover the U.S. presidential election.
For most of this year, top television execs have nervously wondered whether the economic slowdown would put a crimp in the generally robust national TV advertising market.