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.
The Screen Actors Guild has wrapped its Wednesday sidebar session with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers.
The sheer length of "the list," as it was widely referred to on the Web Tuesday, underscored the magnitude in human toll of the cost-slashing campaign under way at the Los Angeles Times.
Barry Josephson has recruited former Brillstein-Grey TV co-topper Susie Fitzgerald to serve as prexy of his 20th Century Fox TV-based Josephson Entertainment Television.
Joss Whedon's made-for-Internet tuner "Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" was a little too popular in its debut late Monday night.
Showtime has signed an exclusive seven-year theatrical-movie-output deal with the Weinstein Co., defying Paramount Pictures, MGM and Lionsgate, which are canceling their Showtime outputs and jointly…
Tribune Co.'s Los Angeles Times is in for its third publisher in less than two years following Monday's ouster of David Hiller.
Chatter in journo circles swirled during the weekend that Tribune Co. brass could be moving to oust David Hiller as publisher and CEO of the Los Angeles Times as early as this week.
The SAG standoff shows no signs of any quick resolution. Amid the town's growing consensus that the Screen Actors Guild is not going to strike, SAG is staying in stall mode.
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger says he would be willing to get involved in helping to break the contract stalemate between the Screen Actors Guild and Hollywood's major studios, but he made it…