The writers strike ended more than five months ago, but the hangover persists for TV scribes.
Former DirecTV chief Eddy Hartenstein has in fact emerged as the front-runner for the publisher's post at the Los Angeles Times, Tribune Co. insiders said.
Los Angeles Times has formally unveiled its plans for a monthly lifestyle magazine dubbed LA, to bow Sept. 7.
MGM is making a play for a hunk of the unused digital real estate controlled by local TV stations.
HBO has scrapped plans for a second season of drama "Tell Me You Love Me."
Don Todd, co-creator and exec producer of ABC's frosh success "Samantha Who?," has inked a new two-year overall deal with "Samantha" producer ABC Studios.
Bouffants and beehives were bobbing all over Musso & Frank Grill Monday following a screening of "Mad Men's" season-two opener at the Egyptian Theater.
The Writers Guild of America West has finalized the list of candidates running for eight open seats on its board of directors.
Dr. Horrible can stop people in their tracks with his Freeze Ray gun. He can extract gold from a bank vault with his nefarious remote-control devices. He can sing, fall in the love with the girl next…
Hard times for the TV biz and hard times for journalism must add up to a really down year for the summer Television Critics Assn. press tour, right? Not entirely.
The hangover from the writers strike is reflected among the winners and losers in this year's Emmy noms derby.