"Thank You for Smoking" and "Sherrybaby" drew the top film nods Tuesday at the 11th annual Prism Awards, which honor accurate portrayals of alcohol and drug use in movies and TV shows.
Turner is folding Turner Classic Movies into the other Turner nets organizationally, putting it under the oversight of TNT/TBS exec Michael Wright.
"The Straight Line" pretty much hits the spot. Jose Maria de Orbe's often compelling, brutally clear-eyed study of the non-life and loves of an alienated twentysomething is low-frills…
Starting in September, Canadians will get E! for free. The broadcast division of CanWest Mediaworks of Winnipeg has inked a deal with E! Networks to give CH the E! brand and to carry its programming.
CNN anchor Lou Dobbs is offering declared candidates for president two unfiltered and uninterrupted minutes to make their case on a single topic.
MTV Networks Latin America has tapped Juan C. Acosta for the position of VP-chief financial officer. He will be responsible for managing short and long-term financial planning and reporting, as well…
In 2006 the New York Mets enjoyed a phenomenal season, tying for the most wins in Major League Baseball with 97, while drawing a franchise record 3.3 million fans. The other team that won 97…
Apparently, Broadway is just a few blocks from Sesame Street. A pair of television series aimed at the preschool crowd has been tapping high-caliber theater performers and composers, and the results…
The morning-show wars are heating up -- especially among executive producers whose favorite sport is dissing the competition. First-quarter ratings had NBC's "Today" on top with 5.73 million total…
Tuning In: Simon Cowell didn't ask for the job, but en route to becoming the only voice that consistently matters on "American Idol," he has established himself as America's critic in chief.
Campus killer Seung Hui Cho's "multimedia manifesto," which NBC aired exclusively last Wednesday night, helped "Nightly News With Brian Williams" narrowly top ABC's "World News With Charles Gibson"…