PBS' "Frontline" investigative doc series swept Columbia U.'s Alfred E. duPont Awards for broadcast journalism, while news divisions at ABC, CBS and NPR were honored for their Iraqi war coverage.
Scribe Remi Aubuchon ("The Lyon's Den") has moved to "Summerland," joining the midseason WB drama as showrunner.
Next up for Adam Sandler will be "Click," a comedy co-produced by Columbia Pictures and Revolution Studios.
"Angels in America" just landed at HBO, and now it appears the network has taken Tony Kushner's title to heart: The cabler may be the angel that brings the playwright's latest stage effort…
Skittish NBC affils in Iowa concerned with equal-time rules declined to air the Peacock's "Saturday Night Live," which was hosted Saturday by Democratic presidential contender Al Sharpton.
In a move certain to generate hostility among competitors and the entertainment industry, vidgame developer Sega of America filed a lawsuit against Fox and Electronic Arts on Thursday, claiming their…
A midnight programmer sure to click with the "Kill Bill" crowd, "2LDK" just about justifies its running time with a thin idea that's lensed well and cleverly staged, at least for fans of bloodsport…
Politics is a big money game, and no one knows how much so more than broadcasters. Having suffered local ad declines in 2003 due to a lack of election dollars, station groups and broadcast congloms…
Off-lot feature production activity in Hollywood remained moderate in November, while TV shoots continued at a record-setting pace during the month, according to figures released last week.