It's a great time to be a TV pilot.
The network that brought you "Dancing with the Stars" will unveil a new summer reality series about singing with the stars.
After five years of distributing its comedy for free online, Funny or Die is launching an iPad app to get paid.
NBC is raising the volume on "The Voice."
A Reuters report Tuesday suggesting Netflix is already in negotiations with cable operators about becoming a part of the cable bundle goosed the company's stock Wednesday. But maybe investors should…
Search giant Google is streamlining its various media applications, uniting its Android Market, Google Music and Google eBookstore into Google Play.
Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution has sold off-net rights to ABC sitcom "The Middle" to ABC Family and a broad range of TV station groups, the studio announced Tuesday.
New research hammers the cable industry for fumbling VOD badly enough to miss out on billions in ad revenue and paving the way for the emergence of over-the-top alternatives like Netflix.
The CW has greenlighted three reality series for this summer in an effort to reverse its perennial post-season ratings woes.
She may be best known as host of syndie newsmag "Extra," but Maria Menounos has been quietly building a different kind of brand covering the entertainment world.
NBC's decision to shift "The Voice" to Monday for its second season has reshaped the competitive landscape on the night in a way that raises questions for this season and beyond.