A number of basic cablers are making a concerted push in a programming arena that execs see as neglected by the major nets: broad-appeal multicamera sitcoms aimed at forty- and fiftysomething viewers.
"All My Children" is looking to grab some of "Hot in Cleveland's" sizzle.
The new-model MGM is emerging from its bankruptcy woes with plans to launch a digital channel featuring vintage TV skeins.
There will be no shortage of news retrospectives in the coming week on the one-year anniversary of the devastating earthquake that rocked Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010.
The cap gun has gone off. As of today, award season is no longer a marathon. It's a sprint.
There was smoke but no New Year's Day fire from two TV carriage fights that went down to the wire this weekend.
Two TV carriage fights that went down to the wire Friday ended without any fireworks as Dish Network and Time Warner Cable inked extension deals with Comcast and Sinclair Broadcast Group to avoid…
As 2011 approaches, the TV biz is sticking with its recent Near Year's tradition by engaging in a few carriage skirmishes.
Betty White and M&Ms made their mark in commercials. NBC's "The Jay Leno Show" managed to rank No. 2 among primetime broadcast TV shows in product placement activity even though it was on for only…
Pubcaster KCET Los Angeles is overhauling its digital multicast channels in preparation for its split from PBS.
Just in time for its Jan. 1 launch, the Oprah Winfrey Network closed a gaping hole in its distribution base by cutting a carriage deal with Cablevision.