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Paul J. Gough

Supreme Court overturns campaign restrictions

The Supreme Court on Thursday overturned certain regulations that limit federal political campaign spending in a decision that could be a boon for local TV stations in upcoming elections.

In Haiti, news crews know disaster drill

When the catastrophic earthquake hit Haiti on Tuesday, it set in motion a response among TV networks molded in part by the South Asian tsunami and Hurricane Katrina.

NBC Uni goes for Olympics record

The Winter Olympic torch is weeks from being raised in Vancouver but already NBC Uni is going for a record.

CMT greenlights ‘Strictest Parents’ reality show

CMT will premiere an original series, "World's Strictest Parents," beginning in April.

Michael Clemente joins Fox News Channel

Fox News Channel has hired ABC News veteran Michael Clemente as its senior vp of news.

O’Brien gets his sidekick back

Conan O'Brien is getting help from an old friend when he takes his new job.

Andy Richter joins Conan O’Brien on ‘Tonight’

Conan O'Brien's getting help from an old friend when he takes up the new job this summer.

Ad market hasn’t seen the worst yet

The nation's biggest media buyer is bearish on the ad market for the time being.

Commentary: ‘Thank you, Mr. Edwards’ started it all, so it’s a fitting way to say goodbye

One of the many things I will take with me as I leave the media beat and The Hollywood Reporter after five great years is that I have met all five anchors of the "CBS Evening News," writes PAUL J…

Comedy Central ‘Issues’-oriented

Comedy Central has greenlighted seven episodes of "Michael and Michael Have Issues," a comedy series starring Michael Ian Black and Michael Showalter.

ESPN moves three to Los Angeles

ESPN tapped three on-air personalities to move West to anchor shows from the network's soon-to-be-opened Los Angeles production facility.

Showalter, Black team for new series

Comedy Central has greenlighted seven episodes of "Michael and Michael Have Issues," a comedy series starring Michael Ian Black and Michael Showalter.