The closer you want to get to the piece in the picture, the less likely you are to find a ready made plan. Our hosts here, Rockler, have a decent selection of woodworking plans including a number of entertainment centers.
When my LOML has seen pieces of furniture she wanted me to make, either in catalogs or online, I've been able to get pretty close to them working from a picture and over-all dimensions. The piece in the picture looks to be a fairly simple one and would not be too difficult to replicate given a few dimensions.
I'm building a stand that was featured in Woodsmith Magazine last year. Volume 29, number 169 is the issue. It's a very straightforward design with a plywood carcass and a hardwood face and top and base. It's also easy to tailor to your own needs. For example, I didn't like the lattice faced doors, so I changed them to raised panel doors. I also shortened it to fit the space it's going to occupy and also the TV that will sit on it. I'll post some pictures when it's done, but it'll be a couple of weeks yet. I could have bought one cheaper, but hey, I've got all this swell machinery sitting around in a heated shop and there's a foot of snow outside.
Holy cow, I just answered a very old post! Oh well, it's still a good plan!
I'm looking for plans for a simple tv stand like the one pictured below. I've done an extensive web search and haven't found anything. Anyone have any plans they know of, or have suggestions on where I could search? Thanks in advance.