In what's billed by some enthusiastic boosters as one of Barack Obama's most exciting events of the year, Oprah Winfrey will host a $2,300-per-person fund-raiser for the presidential candidate at her…
POSTED BY MICHAEL LEARMONTH MSNBC's Keith Olbermann carried the flag for NBC News at TCA on Tuesday, but as usual, Fox News wasn't far from his mind, or anyone else’s, for that matter. Posted in the…
Lifetime's new Sunday night series "Side Order of Life" and "State of Mind" got off to a solid start in their premieres, each averaging more than 2.2 million viewers.
As ICM and Ed Limato's attorneys continue to work toward a settlement of his contract, the agency dismissed three young agents who trained on Limato's desk.
Linus Roache ("Batman Begins") has joined the cast of "Law & Order." Thesp will play an exec assistant D.A., filling the role left by the promotion of Sam Waterston's Jack McCoy character.
DreamWorks Animation is moving up the release of 3-D toon "Monsters vs. Aliens" by one week to May 15, 2009, avoiding a direct showdown with James Cameron's 3-D pic "Avatar."
After generating fierce interest from multiple nets, CBS has snagged the keys to "Kingdom," a fantasy drama from helmer Barry Sonnenfeld and scribe Chad Hodge.
Kenny Leon plans to direct a legit adaptation of the 1967 pic "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner," aiming for a Broadway berth in fall 2008.
Vet journalist Bruce Dover has been appointed topper of Australia Network, pubcaster the ABC's international TV service to Asia, the Pacific and the Indian sub-continent.
Warner Music Group has decided not to make an offer for EMI this week but has left the door open for possible merger talks at a later date.
CBS News' "60 Minutes" led the 2006 news and documentary Emmys with 12 nominations.
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