A year after it ended, the WGA strike remains a landmark event in Hollywood history that still provokes strong emotions.
President Obama's first primetime news conference averaged 49.5 million viewers Monday on eight combined broadcast and cable networks, according to estimates from Nielsen Media Research.
Comcast has upped Steve Dolcemaschio to chief operating officer, where he'll continue to oversee all finance and business operations for cable networks E!, Style, G4 and FearNet.
A prominent group of showbiz players including Martha Stewart, Lauren Zalaznick and Susan Lyne offered beleaguered advertisers a way through the recession Tuesday: Pitch women.
The Screen Actors Guild and the congloms will resume feature-primetime contract talks Feb. 17 — but with president Alan Rosenberg's lawsuit threatening to derail any deal.
President Barack Obama's economic recovery plan has passed the Senate and is on its way to difficult House-Senate negotiations.
The lineup for the Metropolitan Opera's 2009-10 season will include eight new productions -- but lack a few previously discussed revivals that were trimmed in the fallout of the economic downturn.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. More reaction to Obama's first press conference: Howard Kurtz: "Obama controlled the tone of the East Room proceedings, speaking with utmost…
With SAG's feature-primetime talks expected to re-launch next week, allies of president Alan Rosenberg have already declared that any deal that emerges won't be acceptable.
It took longer for HarperCollins than the rest of the industry, but the News Corp. book publisher is experiencing shrinking pains, too.
Thesp Michael Chiklis is launching a new take on Greek gods in the form of a comicbook: He's partnered with IDW Publishing to create the graphic novel series "Olympus."