Dish Network has found a high-octane route around the Big Four networks' ban on ads for its controversial Hopper DVR service, which has sparked litigation between the satcaster and the broadcasters.
Walter Latham is determined to find new routes on the increasingly busy highway of Web-to-TV traffic for content.
As his company unveiled a big drop in earnings for 2012, Dish Network chief Charlie Ergen didn't try to shade his concern about the long-term fate of the satcaster's core subscription TV biz.
Fox Broadcasting Co. is devoting more resources to original digital programming as the network beefs up its multi-platform content menu.
TV development vet Steve Tao has joined the TV wing of J.J. Abrams' Bad Robot Prods.
Peter Liguori has made his first exec appointment at Tribune Co., tapping NBC vet Larry Wert to oversee its local TV stations.
With NBCUniversal on the upswing, Comcast chief Brian Roberts said the decision to accelerate the acquisition of GE's remaining stake in the Peacock amounts to "buying stock in our own company and…
For Nancy Tellem, pitch meetings these days start with a demonstration of everything that the Xbox platform has to offer content creators.
Mark Burnett, who's known as a master showman, is now putting his energy into spreading the word about his 10-hour History miniseries "The Bible."
TNT has suffered a big miss with "Monday Mornings," the David E. Kelley medical drama that bowed Monday to anemic ratings. And that belly flop followed last week's DOA premiere of drama "Do No Harm"…
Making the rounds of syndie distribs at the NATPE confab in Miami last week reminded me of a question that's been bugging me for some time: How do broadcasters make money in daytime these days when…