Work in 154 feature films and 183 primetime TV and cable programs, representing 1,399 performances, are eligible for consideration in the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
German media giant Bertelsmann has again dismissed rumors that it is interested in buying EMI, but it has admitted it may consider merging its music division, BMG, with the British music major.
Gotham-ites love NBC's "Today." The venerable morning show saw its adult 18-49 and 25-54 demo ratings soar, while its competition declined, in the nation's top TV market during the November sweeps…
A Hispanic member of the Writers Guild of America has filed a $138 million class-action lawsuit against the union and CBS, alleging that she and other Hispanic writers are being deliberately excluded…
The verdict is in: Warner Bros.' "Judge Mathis" is headed for a fall 1999 syndie bow.
ITV network company Carlton has been fined $3.4 million for broadcasting a fake documentary about drug smuggling, by far the biggest fine in British TV history.
Linda Berkeley has joined National Geographic as head of a new enterprises group formed to extend the explorer magazine's brand into licensing, merchandising, retail and catalog activities.
Fox will debut the midseason animated comedy "The PJs" on Sunday, Jan. 10, at 8:30 p.m. before moving it permanently to Tuesdays at 8:30 p.m. after "King of the Hill" on Jan. 12.
Colombia's National TV Commission (CNTV) could be abolished in March if lawmakers approve a package of political reforms now under review.
TBS Superstation greenlit production on the original half-hour comedy "Channel of the Apes," a move that highlights TBS' increased commitment to original series.
Spanish pubcaster Radio Television Espanola is pulling out of the Spanish digital platform Via Digital.