The Price Is Right
Bob Barker, come on down! It's your birthday and you're returning to the CBS Daytime game show you put on the map. The showcase showdown guru will be returning to The Price is Right on Dec. 12 to celebrate his 90th birthday. READ MORE
CBS Daytime's popular game shows are ready to show contestants the big money once again. Oct. 14-18 marks the return of "Big Money Week" to The Price is Right and Let's Make a Deal. READ MORE
EXCLUSIVE: Joshua Morrow and Giuliana Rancic Among First of This Season's Celeb Models on The Price Is Right (PHOTOS)By Jamey Giddens on September 24, 2013
Daytime's No. 1 game show is ramping up the star power this season! I've exclusively learned CBS Daytime's The Price is Right will be welcoming several of Hollywood's hottest daytime and primetime stars as celebrity guest models next month.
Look for stunners such as Joshua Morrow from The Young and the Restless, Karla Mosley from The Bold and the Beautiful and Giuliana Rancic (E! News, Giuliana and Bill and Fashion Police) to help contestants come on down and guess the price of Rice-A-Roni—a San Francisco treat—and other household goods and goodies!
Check out more first look pics and the complete schedule of October's celeb guest models for TPIR after the jump!
Veteran daytime television executive Margot Wain is rocking a snazzy new crown these days. She's been promoted to vice-president of daytime programs at CBS Entertainment. Senior Veep Angelica McDaniel made the announcement on Friday. READ MORE
CBS Daytime’s Angelica McDaniel (pictured above with The Young and the Restless' Greg Rikaart) was among the women recognized by Glamour in its Meet the Women Who Run Your Favorite Movies and TV Shows list. Check out what the mag had to say about the daytime champion below.
The TV Programmer: Angelica McDaniel, 35
As senior VP of daytime programing for CBS Entertainment, she oversees more than 1,000 episodes of TV every season for the network—and checks her BlackBerry for the prior day's ratings before she even gets out of bed. CBS president Nina Tassler calls her a "force of nature."
Words she lives by: "Don't get stuck in the frenzy of the day to day. You have to be aware of the bigger picture."
CBS CEO Les Moonves is about as impressed as Shania Twain in that one song, when it comes to Time Warner Cable's proposal to return CBS stations to cable via "new economics", or an a la carte model.
Said Moonves re: the new economic model Time Warner's CEO is proposing:
"As I am sure you know, we have no 'new economics' that are not intimately tied to new 'terms and conditions.' Those terms and conditions, better known as rights, were established in 2008. That was before the introduction of the iPad. Netflix was still doing little but mailing out DVDs. Amazon was known simply for selling books. This doesn't even begin to account for the new entrants now coming up the ramp who are interested in paying a fair price for the most desirable programming." Moonves said. "What you are asking for, pure and simple, is either to gain the right to deliver content for free that others are paying for, or to inhibit CBS from licensing content to existing online competitors and new companies that are now emerging. I can understand why you might want to preserve your dominance in that venue, but bullying us into becoming your accomplice in that effort doesn't seem fair." READ MORE