Thursday, December 13, 2007

Evening News Former "General Hospital" and "The Bold and the Beautiful" star Sean Kanan has been sentenced to 96 hours in jail after pleading guilty to driving under the influence. Kanan, 41, was pulled over by Los Angeles police in August and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and driving with a blood alcohol of .08 or greater. At a hearing on Thursday, Kanan was also ordered to pay a fine and participate in an 18-month alcohol education program. This is not Kanan's first run-in with the law - he was previously convicted of DUI in 1998, reports

The Sun: A violent thug killed his best friend by setting him ablaze as they watched "EastEnders." Stephen Cotton, 36, poured petrol in front of flatmate Stephen Fitzpatrick during a row, then flicked a match into the fuel.

World Screen: Anne Sweeney, co-chair of Disney Media Networks and president of Disney-ABC Television Group, talks about streaming shows, moving "Grey's" to Thursday and the 18-34 demo called "millennials."

Radar Online: Rumer Willis was named "Miss Golden Globe" today. She follows a long line of next generation talent various degrees of success including A.J. Lamas (ex-Rafi, ATWT) and Liza Huber (Gwen, Passions).

CBS News: Forget Oprah, Hillary Clinton's secret weapon in South Carolina might be "Young and the Restless" star Victoria Rowell, who's stumping in the state for the New York senator today.

NBC: Alison Sweeney ("Days of our Lives") returns as host of a new season of "The Biggest Loser" on January 1st. Support "As The World Turns'" Luke and Noah, or ask Van Hansis a question.

Marlena De LaCroix: Marlena blogs: "I am 100% behind the Writers Guild and their strike. I come from a union family — my late grand-aunts spent just about every Sunday of the 1930s-60s freezing their tushs off in Union Square participating in rallies and demonstrations supporting organized labor, honoring the working man. Solidarity forever!"

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