Do not count Leslie Moonves among the media-titan CEOs who toss and turn at night fretting about the future of the traditional television business.
Here's more proof that Troy, Gabriella, Sharpay and the gang speak a universal language: "High School Musical 2" demolished local ratings records in its Australia preem Saturday.
Underneath his well-honed image as evil incarnate, the Devil is more a misunderstood family man than malevolent dictator of the underworld -- at least that's how he's played for laughs in "Lucy…
The broadcast networks are getting an early start this year on one of the rituals of the fall: Chaos and panic on new shows.
The Emmy weekend parties kicked off Friday with an ATAS-hosted fiesta for the performer nominees at the Pacific Design Center's WP restaurant.
Hearst Corp. on Friday announced a bid to scoop up the remaining public shares of its Hearst-Argyle Television station group for about $600 million, but investors bid up the broadcaster's formerly…
Sure, it was a foregone conclusion that last week's "High School Musical 2" premiere would be the Super Bowl of kidvid this year.
Tribune Co. said Friday its revenue fell 5.9 percent last month on a continuing tailspin in classified advertising sales that resulted in an even steeper decline in its newspaper division.
CBS is strongly denying allegations that its upcoming reality skein "Kid Nation" violated New Mexico child labor laws or put any of its youthful participants in danger during production.
James Romanovich has been named prexy of worldwide media and entertainment at indie TV distrib Associated Television Intl.