Can a pay cable serial killer find happiness after being nipped and tucked to occupy a strike-opened hole on CBS?
Steven Spielberg has decided not to participate in this summer's Beijing Olympic Games as an artistic adviser, citing China's lack of progress in resolving the humanitarian crisis in Darfur.
Unions representing French state TV and radio staffers will hold a one-day strike and mass demonstration in Paris today to protest against President Nicolas Sarkozy's plan to ban advertising on the…
Two CBS News employees were kidnapped by gunmen from the Palace Sultan Hotel in the southern Iraq city of Basra, witnesses said.
The counting has begun. The polls have closed at the WGA Theater in Beverly Hills and a group of about 10 guild staffers are sitting around a long table counting the paper ballots cast on whether to…
British producer Jon Plowman will receive the lifetime achievement award at the 29th Banff World Television Festival, it was announced Tuesday.
College sports are getting an injection of corporate growth hormones thanks to a move by CBS to turn its 24/7 College Sports TV channel into the CBS College Sports Network, beginning next month.
The combination of "American Gladiators" and "Deal or No Deal," both in expanded 90-minute episodes, carried NBC to its fifth straight Monday victory among young adults.
Swedish pubcaster TV4 has signed a VOD deal with NBC Universal.
Two-time Emmy-inning actress Lois Nettleton died Jan. 18 in Woodland Hills after a long bout with lung cancer. She was 80.
New Line TV has sold 10 theatrical movies to the USA Network, including three comedies that haven't opened yet: "Sex and the City: The Movie," the Will Ferrell vehicle "Semi-Pro" and "He's Just Not…