The Television Critics Assn. will return to the Langham Hotel in Pasadena for its upcoming winter press tour but settle in at the Beverly Hilton next summer.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is working to have the 1988 Emmy won by Estelle Getty taken off eBay.
While Alec Baldwin is a comedy staple and took home his second trophy for "30 Rock," he might prefer one day to be on a national political stage than an Emmy one.
On Sunday, "Mad Men" fans will have the choice between viewing a fresh installment of the show or watching "Mad Men's" practitioners pick up more Emmys.
Comedy Central is teaming with Don Mischer Prods. to relaunch the American Comedy Awards, an event created by George Schlatter that ran from 1985-2001.
DirecTV has acquired Oz drama "Underbelly" as a way to beef up the programming lineup for its 101 Network.
"Fringe" returns for a second season with a greater sense of purpose.
FX is offering a sneak preview of its new animated series "Archer" Thursday night several months before its tentative January launch.
Former Paramount exec Sandi Isaacs has formed her own strategic brand licensing and representation firm.
TLC, continuing its recent slew of pickups, has greenlit "Wedded to Perfection."
With Ben Silverman having left the network, NBC can now shift away from damage control and speculation to fully concentrate on mining hits, a commodity that has eluded the network for three years.