Cablevision is looking to bridge the last mile in the home between the PC and the TV set.
The short-term future of CBS' "Two and a Half Men" suddenly became cloudy after word emerged Tuesday that star Charlie Sheen is voluntarily entering rehab.
ABC News is prepping to shed about 300 positions as part of a broader effort to downsize and harness new technologies to bring efficiencies to its newsgathering and production operations.
"Weeds" creator/exec producer Jenji Kohan has cut a new two-year overall deal with Lionsgate TV, home of the long-running Showtime comedy.
Broadcasters are salivating at the promise of "retrans" dollars flowing into their coffers during the next few years.
"The Hurt Locker" and "Up in the Air" have won the top feature screenplay awards from the WGA.
Fox, CBS and other broadcasters have long maintained that they deserve real money from cablers and satcasters because Big Four stations remain among the most-watched channels on the dial, no matter…
As HBO raises the curtain tonight on latenight sketch comedy "Funny or Die Presents," the cabler has already committed to a sophomore season of the show.
Warner Bros. has taken another big step in proving to fanboys just how serious it is about bringing more of DC's superheroes to the bigscreen.
Former News Corp. honcho Gary Ginsburg is poised to relocate to Time Warner in a senior exec role.
It's the season for industry apprenticeship programs.