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Tina Fey Wins Emmy for Portrayal of Sarah Palin on ‘SNL’ at Creative Arts Emmys

 Tina Fey won an Emmy for playing Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin on NBC’s "Saturday Night Live," it was announced Saturday night at the annual Creative Arts portion of the Primetime Emmys. Other guest-star Emmy winners were Michael J….

Credit Suisse Expects Upfront Sales to Drop 15%

Credit Suisse is forecasting that sales in the broadcast upfront market will drop 15% to $7.9 billion. Analyst Spencer Wang expects the broadcasters, whose ratings were down 10%, to sell 5% less primetime inventory at flat pricing. For cable, Mr….

Fox Puts ‘Fringe’ on Thursday, Moves ‘Dance’ to Fall

Fox is boldly sending J.J. Abrams‚Äô ‚ÄúFringe‚Äù to Thursday nights and shifting ‚ÄúSo You Think You Can Dance‚Äù into the fall as part of an aggressive fall schedule designed to make the network more competitive in the fourth quarter. ‚ÄúFringe‚Äù…

Telemundo, Mun2 Unveil New Primetime Slates

NBC Universal‚Äôs Spanish-language broadcast network, Telemundo, and cable channel Mun2 unveiled their 2009-10 programming slates. A copy of the networks‚Äô press release, put out Monday, the first day of the upfront advertising market in New York this year, appears below:…

Tug-of-War on Upfront Prices

Will Economy Favor Buyers or Sellers?

A Worldly View of Things

ICM’s Greg Lipstone Reps International Big Boys

G4 Sets Summer of Originals

Poker Show, ‘Sexy Ladies,’ ‘Web Soup’ Join Cable Lineup

’24’s’ 7th Season Hits Creative High

Torture Controversy, Speed Bumps Haven’t Hurt Fox Series

As Piracy Climbs, TV Takes Up Arms

Web Technology Is Part of Both Problem and Solution

Column: Who Will Survive Online Shakeout?

There‚Äôs just not enough money to go around on the Web. That‚Äôs why the digital studios are tumbling down. The first to fall was Mania TV in March, followed by 60 Frames earlier this month. More will surely shutter in…