Actress-producer-mother Salma Hayek is being honored with the 2009 Alma Awards' Anthony Quinn kudo.
Rupert Murdoch's Sky Italia paybox has filed a breach of market regulations lawsuit against Mediaset.
Henry Gibson, whose gentle poet persona on 1960s classic TV show "Laugh-In" made him one of the original flower children, died Monday in Malibu after a brief battle with cancer. He was 73.
Boosted by "The Biggest Loser," NBC's "The Jay Leno Show" held up OK in its second outing.
Helmer Adam Shankman will be a regular presence on "So You Think You Can Dance" this season.
The head of U.K. hybrid pubcaster Channel 4, Andy Duncan, is ankling, ending months of speculation over his future at the troubled broadcaster.
Russian media group Gazprom Media -- owned by the country's state controlled natural gas monopoly -- has agreed to buy a controlling stake in Tricolor TV, Russia's top pay TV platform.
This is such sweet news. The Screen Actors Guild will fete Betty White with its life achievement award in January. Is there anything Betty White can't do?