Kids are consuming media at record levels but, surprisingly, the largest part of their diet is still TV, according to a new study out Wednesday. Folks between the ages of 8 and 18 spend upward of 4-1/2 hours a day watching television programming, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation's new study, "Generation M2: Media in the Lives of 8- to 18-Year-Olds." That's up by 38% a day over five years ago.
Rob Estes Quits 90210
“The bottom line is that Rob won’t be on the show next season,” a source close to the situation tells RadarOnline.com. “ The producers, the studio and Rob came to the conclusion together that his role had ran its course. There just wasn’t enough for Rob to do because the show is more about the kids.”
New York Times to Start Charging for Website in 2011
As anticipated, one of the world’s most recognizable newspapers will be introducing a metered model, meaning they will “offer users free access to a set number of articles per month and then charge users once they exceed that number.”
Ex-GH star Greg Vaughan has son
From his Twitter page: "Touriya & I are pleased to announce the birth of Cavan Thomas Vaughan who was born on 1/19/2010. Exact weight/size of his Big Brother!! 7lbs 15oz - 20 in long."
Helen Mirren says worst example of being too big on screen is the world of daytime drama
Mirren plays Sofya Tolstoy in her new film, The Last Station and says about the role: "The big challenge for me was to not make it all overly histrionic" Mirren says the worst example of being too big on screen is the world of daytime drama - or soap operas.
Billy Baldwin joins GOSSIP GIRL
GOSSIP GIRL has tapped the former DIRTY SEXY MONEY star to play the pivotal role of Serena and Eric’s estranged father, William van der Woodsen.