On hand at the BevHilton to announce the Golden Globes nominations, Hugh Jackman, who was recognized for his perf in “Kate & Leopold,” said, “OK, I am awake now.” The Aussie thesp, who bet his wife…
Mos Def is in negotiations to make his Broadway debut in "Topdog/Underdog." The Suzan-Lori Parks play about two brothers, named Booth and Lincoln, is scheduled to begin previews in March at the…
A dozen incumbents and five newcomers won the open slots in Los Angeles local voting for the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists.
The committee mulling Hollywood's war effort has greenlit its first international PSA, in which Muhammad Ali will emphasize that the war on terrorism isn't a war against Islam or Arabs, Motion…
The gap between ayem leader "Today" and second-placed "Good Morning America" expanded to 1.3 million viewers last week. Still, the NBC News show dipped substantially from the same week last year.
RTL Group will cut 30 staff members at its Luxembourg headquarters and close most of its European bureaus due to the difficult economy and the slump in ad revenues.
A pair of Capitol Hill pols Thursday sent a sobering letter to NBC threatening legislation if the Peacock doesn't reverse its landmark decision to run hard liquor ads in primetime.
ABC is shaking up its Wednesday sked, bringing back critically hailed laffer "The Job" and newsmag "Downtown."
Former Channel 5 exec David Elstein has taken over as chairman of Civilian Content, the publicly listed company that owns the Film Consortium, one of the U.K.'s three lottery franchises.
The Film Council's Premiere Fund has invested £500,000 ($730,000) apiece into Mike Leigh's "Untitled '03" and John Stephenson's "Five Children and It."
Martha Stewart Omnimedia has upped Margaret Roach to editor-in-chief of all content for the company. Roach, previously executive veep of Internet and direct commerce, will oversee all editorial…