In a split decision, the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. went with the favorites in Sunday's Golden Globes ceremony, crowning "The Aviator," "Sideways" and "Million Dollar Baby" with major awards.
The Producers Guild of America, which has been campaigning for tighter credits rules, has officially selected the producers to be credited for its nominated features and TV shows.
The BevHilton aud was barely in its seats when the evening's first surprises hit: Back-to-back kudos for "Closer," helmed by Mike Nichols. Supporting actor winner Clive Owen said, "It was the…
NFL Network is testing the thesis that masses of people tune in to the Super Bowl not to watch the game but to see the expensively produced (and often highly creative) commercial spots.
PBS will censor two upcoming films given to the pubcaster by HBO in an effort to protect local public TV stations from potential FCC fines, prexy Pat Mitchell told critics at the winter press tour.
Disney international TV prexy David Hulbert has ankled in a shake-up of its senior team. Promotions for John Hardie and Tom Toumazis suggest that the power axis in the division is shifting to Mouse…
Dick Ebersol is starting to work the phones again. The NBC Universal Sports chairman is still unable to walk, colleagues said, but he is expected to return to work later this year, a positive sign…
ABC's latest get-there-second British import truly suffers from a sense of deja view, with not even a dime's worth of difference between this nanny-saves-the-day concept and Fox's "Nanny 911." Both…
The battle to control the Nordic territories' profitable commercial stations heated up last week when a surprise player threw its hat into the ring -- Swedish private investment group Proventus…
Two years ago their operation didn't even exist, but a pair of veteran syndicators named Mort Marcus and Ira Bernstein are on a roll that would make some of the major-studio TV divisions envious.