The British Academy of Film and Television Arts Los Angeles (BAFTA/LA) will bestow HBO Original Programming with the Britannia Award for excellence in TV.
Longtime TV exec Harvey Myman has returned from the producing world, joining Columbia TriStar Television as the studio's head of comedy.
"Temptation Island" may be a nice place to visit, but Fox execs aren't counting on it -- or other reality skeins -- to take the network to the top.
The sorceresses of Camelot in "The Mists of Avalon" on TNT were no match for a contemporary Delta Burke taking verbal abuse from her 16-year-old son in a Lifetime movie.
Democratic Sen. Ernest Hollings on Tuesday warned Viacom/CBS topper Mel Karmazin that he will actively work against the Big Four's attempt to reach more and more Americans.
An Asian American watchdog group is up in arms over a comedian's use of a racial epithet on NBC's "Late Night With Conan O'Brien."
NBC won for a 13th straight frame in young adults last week, boosted by a new high for unscripted series "Fear Factor" and a rebroadcast of "Jurassic Park," which chomped on its Saturday competish.
J.R. Shearman's management-production shingle, Shearman Entertainment, and Entertainment Consulting Group, headed by former Endeavor agent Eric Treibatch, have merged to create Gravity Entertainment.
Danette Herman will return as coordinating producer of the 53rd annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
Lions Gate Home Entertainment, further broadening and increasing its presence in the DVD market and international territories, is linking up with professional tennis player Anna Kournikova.
AOL Time Warner has taken a swipe at Barry Diller, relegating his USA Network from channel 23 to channel 40 on the largest cable system in the country, TW Cable of New York City.