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By Michael P. Orsi
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Topic - Gary Allen Feess
CBS still wants to evict "The Glass House" from the airwaves.
CBS is unlikely to succeed in its efforts to win copyright infringement claims over rival network ABC's new show "The Glass House," a federal judge said Friday.
A Los Angeles man who launched an expletive-laden tirade against Sarah Palin's daughter, Bristol, has filed a lawsuit against the Lifetime Network alleging he was taped for her reality show without his knowledge or consent.
CBS is getting its chance to try to shatter rival ABC's plan for its new reality competition show "The Glass House" by focusing their arguments on one person _ a federal judge.
A federal judge says he is inclined to allow ABC to air the premiere of its new reality series "The Glass House" over the objections of rival network CBS.
A federal judge on Friday said he's inclined to allow ABC to air its new reality competition series "The Glass House" over rival network CBS' objections that the show copies "Big Brother."
HBO apologized Thursday amid outrage for featuring a severed head resembling former President George W. Bush in a scene in its fantasy drama "Game of Thrones."
A federal judge has set a hearing on a motion by CBS to block the premiere of the upcoming ABC reality series "The Glass House" on the basis it copies elements and secrets from the long-running show "Big Brother.
Actor Matthew Broderick, country singer Josh Turner, composer John Williams and a dozen U.S. Olympic athletes will be among the headliners for this year's July Fourth celebration on the Mall.
ABC urged a federal judge on Monday to reject efforts by rival network CBS to block next week's premiere of the new reality series "The Glass House," citing differences between the new show and the longtime competition show "Big Brother."
Attorneys for CBS claim the producer of an upcoming ABC reality series copied materials from his time on "Big Brother" and deleted emails that could have proved important in a case over whether the new show should be allowed to air.
U.S. District Judge Gary Feess agreed with ABC attorneys who argued that many of the filming techniques employed on "Glass House" are not unique to "Big Brother" and are used in other reality TV shows.
Feess agreed with ABC attorneys who argued that many of the filming techniques employed on "Glass House" are not unique to "Big Brother" and are used in other reality shows.