CBS topper Leslie Moonves has named Louis Briskman general counsel in a move that helps build out the executive suite for CBS Corp. as it prepares to separate from Viacom.
Thesp Diane Farr is switching coasts, leaving the New York-based FX series "Rescue Me" and heading back to L.A., where she's joining CBS' drama "Numbers."
For weeks, obscenity has been a heated topic in Argentina. TV broadcasters and producers have come under attack by arts, education and religious groups who want them to clean up programs the groups…
Judy Reyes (“Scrubs”) has been set to star in Hallmark Channel’s “Our House,” now lensing in Los Angeles. She’ll play a homeless woman taken in by a grieving widow (Doris Roberts) in the telepic, to…
China is planning to step up control of "cultural products" from abroad and will forbid any new foreign-owned TV channels from entering the country, according to a report from the official Xinhua…
Calling al-Manar television network "a mouthpiece of hatred and violence," a bipartisan group of 51 senators sent a letter Tuesday to President Bush asking him to place the Middle Eastern broadcaster…
The Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees has unionized about 80 picture editors and assistants working on a trio of Mark Burnett reality shows: "The Apprentice," "The Apprentice: Martha…
"ER" star Sherry Stringfield is hanging up her scrubs for a second time. Stringfield had previously been set to appear in a handful of episodes this upcoming season, but in a statement, the actress…
CBS is moving the Monday night edition of Mark Burnett's "Rock Star: INXS" to Viacom sib VH1. "Rock Star" has been airing three nights a week on the Eye, with segs on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday…
ABC still hasn't decided what to do with benched reality skein "Welcome to the Neighborhood," but at least one cable net says it's willing to air the show if the Alphabet isn't.