Billy Crystal and Alan Cumming will be honored by the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation at the 16th annual GLAAD Media Awards March 28 in New York City.
Martha Stewart reported to work Monday for the first time since her incarceration five months ago and said her media outlets would shift in tone from an obsession with the "how-to" of homemaking to a…
John Birt, the former BBC topper turned media adviser to Prime Minister Tony Blair, will be the keynote speaker at this year's Edinburgh TV Festival, Blighty's premier gabfest for webheads.
While Canada's specialty, pay and pay-per-view TV services continue to rake in increasing revenues -- last year hitting C$2 billion ($1.6 billion) -- the rate of growth is steadily declining…
"Their Eyes Were Watching God," an Oprah Winfrey telepic production starring Halle Berry, scored huge numbers for ABC on Sunday night, teaming with "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" to give the net an…
"Boston Legal" continues to attract big-name guest stars, with Rupert Everett the latest thesp to sign up for a run on David E. Kelley's frosh drama.
Fox is dialing up a spinoff of its successful reality skein "Nanny 911," ordering a special devoted to fixing marriages in crisis. "Marriage 911" will look for couples in need of help and then send…
The Academy of TV Arts & Sciences has moved one step closer to overhauling its Primetime Emmy telecast. An Academy committee voted 9-2 last week to recommend moving the awards for supporting actor…
World Wrestling Entertainment has engineered the first cable-operator deals for its subscription-video-on-demand service WWE 24/7.
The NFL Network has landed its first analog clearance, taking over the real estate on Adelphia vacated by the Empire Sports Network as it goes out of business.
In Los Angeles' closely fought mayor's race, each of the major candidates brings with him Hollywood support to Tuesday's primary. Mayor Jim Hahn has turned to some heavy hitters in the entertainment…