Emmy Award nominations released Thursday tapped Conan O'Brien's short-lived stint on NBC's Tonight Show, as well as a handful of shows from non-broadcast networks.
A slew of new law-and-order dramas ordered up by the TV networks show the genre's enduring appeal.
NBC's experiment with a prime time comedy hour appears to be a flop, with reports that the network is pushing the faltering 'Jay Leno Show' back to its old late-night slot.
Primetime lineup includes new shows and names and underscores cable's strong presence.
New host Jimmy Fallon hopes to attract Net-savvy crowd, but faces stiff competition as comedy field opens up.
The launch of online syndication sites such as hulu.com underscore how television companies are using the Internet to leverage their key asset: well-made content.
A tentative deal between screenwriters and studios comes in time to save some shows. Others will not survive.
The awards ceremony is a major casualty of the 10-week-long screenwriters' strike.