The Writers Guild of America East and NBC’s documentary-reality operation Peacock Prods. have been battling since last year over the guild’s attempt to unionize about 100 freelance producers and…
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Longtime CBS newsman Andy Rooney, who contributed more than 1,000 essays to "60 Minutes," died on Saturday as a result of complications following surgery. He was 92.
Don Hewitt, a pioneer of television news and creator and longtime executive producer of "60 Minutes," died Wednesday of pancreatic cancer. He was 86.
Aaron Spelling, television's most prolific and perhaps most commercially successful independent producer, died Friday at his home in Los Angeles, days after suffering a stroke. He was 83.
Even though Emmy winners "ER," "Law & Order," "The West Wing" and "The Practice" have garnered terrific ratings, drawing a big audience isn't always a factor in determining drama series champs.