As the lawyers work overtime to hammer out the details, scenarios are emerging that could -- underline could -- bring an end to the WGA strike as early as next week.
TV biz veteran Ed Wilson has been named president of Tribune Broadcasting, where he'll oversee the company's 23 TV stations, Tribune Entertainment, WGN Superstation and WGN Radio.
Appropriately enough for Super Bowl weekend, the WGA and the studios were driving toward the end zone, looking to lock in a strike-ending deal as early as this week.
Talks between WGA leaders and top studio execs on Friday and Saturday have been productive enough to generate cautious optimism that a settlement to the three-month-old strike may soon be at hand.
At first, it might have looked like an employment rehab program for former studio syndication execs.
He's a machine, that Howie Mandel. He hosts three episodes of NBC's "Deal or No Deal" in primetime a week. He still does 200-odd standup comedy dates a year.
Jon Turteltaub didn't really need to go nuclear in primetime last season.
Terry Semel has logged off of Yahoo.
The action at this year's NATPE confab made it clear that there's an independence movement afoot in the syndie TV biz. A handful of indie distribs generated as much, if not more, action during the…
Montel Williams is calling it a wrap after 17 years in daytime.