Tribune Co. has hung "for sale" signs on two of its marquee properties: Times Mirror Square in downtown L.A., home of the Los Angeles Times, and Tribune Tower in downtown Chicago.
Shareholders in CNET Networks are giving the thumbs up to the pending $1.8 billion acquisition by CBS.
Disney Channel was rocking on Friday night with a strong turnout for its latest made-for musical, "Camp Rock," starring red-hot teen rockers the Jonas Brothers.
ABC's "General Hospital" earned a record 10th trophy for drama series on Friday at the 35th annual Daytime Emmy kudofest.
The Writers Guild of America West has unveiled the candidates running for eight open seats on the guild's board of directors.
HBO has officially greenlit a sophomore season of drama "In Treatment."
More signs of the Internet apocalypse for TV's old guard: U.S. Web surfers viewed some 11 billion online videos in April, a gain of 33% from the same month last year.
Jim Carrey is revisiting his salad days in L.A. comedy clubs with a half-hour project for HBO that he will co-create and exec produce.
Robert Oswaks has been upped to prexy of marketing for Sony Pictures Television.
News Corp. is stepping up its efforts to wring more ad coin out of MySpace.
The Writers Guild of America East identified Wednesday the contenders for the 10 open seats on its governing council, to be voted on by members in September.