"Blah Girls," an animated Web series produced by Ashton Kutcher's shingle Katalyst Media, will get a second season with a new distribution agreement to put it on MySpaceTV. The series parodies pop culture through the mouths of three teen gossip queens. The new batch of "Blah" premires early next year; access to Season 1 episodes will be made available.
BBC'S SORRY B'CAST
The BBC Trust's editorial committee has ordered BBC management to broadcast an apology on BBC radio following the "grossly offensive" broadcast of obscene phone calls to actor Andrew Sachs by presenters Russell Brand and Jonathan Ross. The news comes as a second executive — head of specialist music and compliance Dave Barber — said he will resign.
LAYBOURNE TO EA
Former Nickelodeon and Oxygen executive Geraldine Laybourne has joined the board of directors at Electronic Arts in the video game publisher's bid to lure more female consumers to its products.
Tappon on Horizon
Veteran MTV development executive Drew Tappon has been named senior creative executive alternative programming at Warner Horizon Television. He will develop original unscripted programming for broadcast networks and cable and will manage current programming, reporting to senior vp Brooke Karzen.