KNBC's Christopher Nance and KTLA's Sam Rubin -- are expected to return this week, following disciplinary action.
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The Screen Actors Guild has signed Showtime to its basic agreement for the first time in exchange for giving the cable network a "turnaround" concession for shows shot in Canada.
Recording artist Nelly has signed with United Talent Agency.
Gotham-based family educational shingle Walden Media is hooking up with the mother of family entertainment, the Walt Disney Co.
The embattled chief of the embattled Entertainment Industry Development Corp. has admitted he operated a slush fund for EIDC's political contributions, making donations without oversight from the…
Universal/Imagine execs are over the moon about early grosses for the giant-screen re-release of space drama "Apollo 13."
Grammy has a new boss. The National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences has tapped veteran label exec Neil Portnow as president --a post that had been vacant since the former chief, Michael Greene…
Napster's unsecured creditors and a clutch of music publishing companies have filed suit against the Netco's erstwhile benefactor Bertelsmann, alleging the German conglom misrepresented its…
Sony Music Entertainment has named Tom Connolly senior vice president of worldwide business development, reporting jointly to SME exec VP-financial chief Kevin Kelleher and Sony Music Intl. chairman…
EchoStar Communications has filed a lawsuit against News Corp.'s pay TV software maker NDS for trying to crack its encryption cards and let consumers to access the Dish satellite network illegally.
Cable bondholders won the booby prize Monday when two ailing European cable operators, Netherlands-based UPC and the U.K.'s Telewest, both agreed to massive debt-for-equity swaps as part of…