Not even bipartisan bickering or the NBA lockout can shake Leslie Moonves' faith in the broadcast TV business.
CBS has ordered two more cycles of "Survivor."
The production truck parked just outside where "The X Factor" shoots on Stage 36 in the CBS Television City complex is filled with 20 people hunkered over monitors. But they've got nothing to do with…
NBC has ordered a pilot from Universal Television and creator Bryan Fuller that will reinvent 1960s comedy series "The Munsters" as a one-hour drama.
VH1 is happily married to the mob.
Walt Disney Co. CEO Bob Iger has joined the board of Apple, the tech giant announced Tuesday.
Sony Corp. has held talks with content companies about licensing channels for a new Internet service being considered by the conglom, according to The Wall Street Journal.
A broad consortium of TV station groups have banded together for what may be the most ambitious effort yet to establish a dominant brand in the sprawling social-TV space.
NBC unveiled an aggressive reshuffling of its primetime programming for the midseason Monday, displacing three series from its Thursday lineup.
Warner Bros. Television Group and ABC have struck a deal that will likely be the first in a series between the studio and all the broadcasters rearranging the traditional rights in syndication and…
Red Hour Films is getting into the TV business. Cynthia Littleton contributed to this story.