First off, sorry for the light posting the past day or so, as I have had a few unexpected assignments, which I will post about later today. The Chicago Sun-Times' Lynn Sweet is one of the journalists…
NBC is protesting CBS' move to start running repeats of "Medium" this summer.
The Screen Actors Guild has joined the DGA and WGA in opposing the TV Academy's plans to trim the Emmy Awards -- but taken a far milder tone.
World Wrestling Entertainment muscled up a stronger-than-expected second quarter, driven mostly by its annual "WrestleMania" event.
President Obama has delivered a videotaped greeting to over 240 delegates at the opening of the national convention of the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists in Chicago.
A prominent figure has penned an essay for the latest issue of Parade. An excerpt: "Barack Obama, a youngster in Hawaii without his parents around, has toughed it out and become one of history's…
U.K. government treasury minister Stephen Timms has been given responsibility for the Digital Britain initiative, a wide-ranging brief that covers the future of broadcasting and telcos in the digital…
"Down for Life," starring Danny Glover and Snoop Dogg, will world preem at the Toronto Film Fest.
Commercial broadcaster ITV has taken a huge loss on the sale of social networking website Friends Reunited.
London theater attendance and box office receipts have risen to record-breaking heights for the third year in succession -- despite fears induced by the economic downturn.
Following its success with "Slumdog Millionaire," Fox Star Studios India is bankrolling and will distrib Hindi pic "My Name Is Khan" next year.