Making up character names for a teenage soap can be an exercise in frustration if the studio keeps bouncing them back for legal reasons.
A staggering 17.7 million people have streamed video of an Olympic event on their computer or cell phone during the first five days of the Beijing Games.
MGM is funneling its action movies and TV shows into a free video-on-demand service called Impact, which has just started on Comcast with 25 titles, including "The Terminator," "Enter the Ninja" and…
America Saga Prods., the privately funded production house set up to create patriotic projects, has made news on three fronts...
Fox Reality Channel has chosen the three judges for its unscripted series "Gimme My Reality Show": Michael Schneider, TV editor of Daily Variety; Scott Sternberg, veteran reality-show producer (AMC's…
Warner Bros. has remastered 1962's "How the West Was Won," shot originally in three-screen Cinerama, and sold an exclusive run to the Starz network Encore Westerns.
You may think that "Project Runway," the hit fashion series that's deserting Bravo for Lifetime this fall, has nothing in common with the high-rated weekly wrestling extravaganza "WWE Raw" on USA.
Bucking the general downtrend in TV ad sales, Madison Avenue has bought more than $1 billion in advertising time in advance of the 3,600 hours of coverage NBC Universal outlets will devote to the…
The children's TV series "Saddle Club," which runs on some PBS stations and on Discovery Kids, is moving into the virtual world through Sun Microsystems' online-game platform Project Darkstar.
Hollywood's DVR problem has gone into fast forward. A federal appeals court on Monday struck down a 2007 district court injunction that prevented Cablevision from offering its "remote storage" DVR…