Dish Network is counting on a couple of kangaroos to kick off a new era for its business.
Tom Hanks is teaming with Yahoo and Reliance Entertainment on an animated sci-fi program he created.
NBC is giving subscribers of its parent company's cable service, Comcast, a headstart on the midseason series "Smash."
Hollywood is pushing back Netflix again.
One of YouTube's first homegrown talents is taking his act to Revision3.
The sale of Generate, the studio/management firm Alloy Digital announced Thursday it was acquiring, brings Generate founder Jordan Levin back to the future.
To understand the tricky territory that separates website from app, consider the example of Comcast's Xfinity TV.
Ben Silverman is getting his old team back together.
ABC has ordered a drama script to pilot from film director Roland Emmerich.
Walt Disney Co. has reached a wide-ranging affiliate deal with Comcast that will keep its programming not only on the air but on other screens.
Plum TV, a cable channel aimed at wealthy viewers in vacation hotspots, filed for bankruptcy Tuesday as part of a sale of its assets.
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