The new millennium began with a sigh of relief about what didn't happen: Y2K. But since then, the past decade has offered nonstop action.
CBS' Nancy Tellem is stepping away from the trees to get the wide-angle view of the forest.
The NATPE confab is adapting to leaner times: Plan is to significantly scale down its exhibition floor space for next month's gathering in Las Vegas.
The gloves are off and knuckles are getting bloody in the increasingly public battle between Time Warner Cable and Fox over retransmission consent rights for Fox's 27 TV stations and its 150-plus…
Comcast has raised the curtain on its answer to Hulu, making the newly dubbed Fancast Xfinity TV online video service available to a large chunk of its nearly 24 million subscribers nationwide.
CBS Television Distribution has renewed its syndie strip "The Doctors" for two more seasons, through the 2011-12 season.
History has set its first scripted series, an eight-hour look at the Kennedy dynasty from "24" co-creator Joel Surnow.
Larry Tanz, a digital media vet and former CEO of Matt Damon and Ben Affleck's LivePlanet shingle, has been tapped prexy of Vuguru, Michael Eisner's Internet production venture.
CBS and David Letterman's Worldwide Pants took a leap of faith as big as any in modern television history when they chose a Scottish multihyphenate to host "The Late Late Show" five years ago.
BermanBraun has renewed its development pact with NBC Universal for another three years.
David Friedman has been named exec producer of CBS' "The Early Show."He'll replaces Zev Shalev starting next month. Shalev, who ran the Eye's ayemcast since mid-2008, is moving on to spearhead the…