President Bush's press conference on Tuesday may have been a bummer for Fox's sked, but it proved to be a boon for the WB. According to Nielsen, Tuesday's roughly one-hour press conference averaged…
E! has reached a milestone in its expansion strategy with the signing of its first ever long-term channel deals for its E! International Network in Germany and Switzerland.
News Corp.'s DirecTV won $51 million in damages Wednesday from a small company that's been a thorn in its side, as a California jury ruled that Pegasus Satellite Communications breached a joint…
Taking advantage of decreased competition due to President Bush's press conference Tuesday night, the WB's dramas "Gilmore Girls" and "One Tree Hill" shot up in the ratings, according to preliminary…
As of 12:05 a.m. (EDT) today, ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" was finally cleared to air on WJLA, the ABC affil in the nation's capital.
KTTV vet Rod Bernsen has ankled the Fox-owned Los Angeles station after 12 years. Bernsen, who until recently reported from the station's "Sky Fox 11" helicopter, is probably best-known as the…
The WB finalized a few last-minute castings Tuesday, adding Kelly Hu ("X2: X-Men United") to the net's "Dark Shadows" pilot, and placing Heath Hyche ("Style and Substance") on the netlet's "Blue…
Rocco DiSpirito is cooking up plans for a daytime gabfest with Endemol USA. The celeb chef has signed a deal with Endemol to develop and host an hourlong, five-day-a-week strip.
"Sex and the City" may be over, but scribes Julie Rottenberg and Elisa Zuritsky are staying in bed with HBO. Writers, who've known each other since they were 9 years old, snagged an Emmy nom for…
NBC has given up on its high-profile Jimmy Smits skein "City of Dreams." "Dreams," from Jerry Bruckheimer Television and Warner Bros. TV, was one of NBC's first major drama pickups for next season…
Reality producer Pipeline Entertainment is working with social networking Web site MySpace to develop its second reality series based on a successful dot-com.