The race for the season's demo crown has been narrowed to CBS and Fox after big events on those nets dominated last week's action.
Newly minted production shingle Cinema League has found Elvis, optioning film and TV rights to the book "Sergeant Presley: The Untold Story of Elvis' Missing Years."
Warner Bros. TV has upped Sue Palladino to senior VP of business affairs. Palladino will remain the lead business affairs exec on the studio's deals with producers such as David Crane and Jeffrey…
Methodically relating the story -- as told by several of the U.S. soldiers involved -- whose leak to the media badly damaged U.S. credibility, "Ghosts of Abu Ghraib" makes grim but worthwhile viewing.
CBS Interactive has upped CBS Sportsline general manager Stephen Snyder to chief operating officer, overseeing day-to-day operations for all of the net's Web sites.
Pickup -- "Carpoolers," a half-hour ensembler that explores modern manhood by following four guys who carpool to work. Bruce McCulloch wrote and will exec produce, along with DreamWorks TV's Justin…
Oxygen threw its first-ever upfront in Gotham on Tuesday, unveiling a schedule and development slate heavy on comedy and tongue-in-cheek reality skeins.
The Intl. Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and CBS Broadcasting have agreed to a three-year extension of their current agreement.
"American Idol," "The Simpsons" and "Heroes" are among the fan favorites to be showcased as part of this year's Museum of TV and Radio-sponsored William S. Paley Television Festival.
For fans of freshman skeins such as "Men in Trees," "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip" or "Friday Night Lights," the coming weeks could go a long way in determining if they'll be back next fall.
The new owner of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?," 2waytraffic, is taking the quizzer to China -- but anyone hoping to get rich quick will be disappointed as all winnings must go to charity.