Leaders of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists approved a new contract with Hollywood studios that grants actors more money for Internet work -- an issue that sparked a crippling writers' strike earlier this year.
News programming doesn't have to be a ratings killer, as both CBS and ABC found out last week.
The venerable newsmagazine "60 Minutes" had 18.2 million viewers on Sunday. It had a trio of news-making interviews, with Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf...
By Meg James, Matea Gold and Maria Elena Fernandez
, Los Angeles Times Staff Writers
| Feb 8, 2008
Hollywood could be back on its feet as early as Monday.
The major studios and the Writers Guild of America are putting the finishing touches on a deal that could bring an end to the costly walkout. Today the two sides are expected to finalize a three-...