The size of the nearly $270 million verdict was a surprise.
The heat is on at TV Land. The Viacom cabler has given a 20-episode pickup to its frosh laffer "Hot in Cleveland."
A federal jury in Riverside has ordered Disney to pay nearly $270 million to Brit production company Celador in its lawsuit against Disney stemming from a dispute over profits from gameshow "Who…
Summertime means downtime for kids. But the Mouse House is looking to capitalize on the vacation factor by stepping up its "Friends for Change" public service campaign over the next few months.
He was 73 and had been in failing health for some time.
The Pee-wee Herman revival is extending all the way to the multiplex.
The party's over at Starz. The pay cabler has pulled the plug on its much-lauded laffer "Party Down" after two seasons.
Hulu is diving deeper into the vaults of its content partners to seed its first subscription service offering.
Hulu has unveiled its long-awaited subscription service as the Internet vid provider backed by News Corp., NBC Universal and Disney looks to squeeze more coin out of its TV series.
Starz has inked a long-term carriage renewal agreement with Comcast Corp. that calls for Starz programming to be made available on Comcast's broadband on-demand service.
Sunday's 10th annual BET Awards telecast packed a punch for the cabler, drawing an average of 7.4 million viewers from 8-11:30 pm.