Tyler Perry has come to terms with the Writers Guild of America West on a contract covering scribes on his TBS comedy skeins "House of Payne" and "Meet the Browns."
The Big Four nets are plotting their midseason sked changes as primetime heads into the zone of holiday specials and repeats.
The strike saber-rattling by the Screen Actors Guild is sending the studios into the arms of its rival, AFTRA, for pilot season.
Jack Bauer's return to primetime after an 18-month absence drew a big crowd, but not quite big enough for Fox's telepic "24: Redemption" to knock off ABC's telecast of the American Music Awards.
Lionsgate is working on a plan to book more dates for the "Mad Men" musical revue that played the El Rey Theater in L.A. last month as a benefit for the L.A. chapter of the Recording Academy.
Doing more with less is the mantra for newspapers and magazines these days. Editorial staffs are shrinking, as is the news hole in most major daily papers. Reporters and editors are under 24/7…
This is not a godless liberal's Christmas special. "We tried to make it strangely sincere, but also sincerely strange," Stephen Colbert says of "A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All!"
Tyra Banks' syndie yakker will move to CW's afternoon sked for its fifth season next fall.
ABC sophomore dramas "Dirty Sexy Money" and "Eli Stone" are expected to sign off for good soon.
PV Media Group, an online marketing company headed by former Universal TV exec Steve Rosenberg, has launched the news aggregator website BreakingNews.com in partnership with the wire service Breaking…
College football's Bowl Championship Series is close to a deal to move its championship game and biggest bowl bouts to cabler ESPN in a four-year pact beginning in 2011.