Who's got the wind at their back as the Big Four and CW begin the seven-day countdown to upfront week?
There's going to be more elbow room in the writers room on most primetime series next season.
Vidgame publisher Activision Blizzard beat Wall Street estimates with its first-quarter earnings, driven by strong sales for the "Call of Duty," "Guitar Hero" and "World of Warcraft" franchises.
News Corp.'s earnings report for the quarter ended March 31 was decidedly mixed, but Rupert Murdoch came out swinging with an upbeat biz forecast for analysts and reporters during Wednesday's…
Ion TV has picked up a movie package from Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution that includes such titles as "The Departed" and "Ocean's Thirteen."
CW will be out of the Sunday programming business entirely as of next season.
We'll have to wait a little longer this summer for the return of "Mad Men."
Satcaster DirecTV is about to play a more prominent role in John Malone's Liberty Media empire.
NBC execs will tout the potential of a handful of new and nearly new skeins at its "Infront" presentation to advertisers Monday in Gotham.
After days of pilot screenings, the heat seeking pilots at NBC include laffer "Community" and first-responder drama "Trauma."