With a plummeting stock price, dividend cuts, and last week's decision to mortgage its glimmering midtown headquarters, the New York Times is getting used to bad news.
During a discussion about the recent redesign of Sundance Channel, executive VP and g.m. Laura Michalchyshyn described the concept behind the arty cabler as "the space between," meaning the area it…
In a year-end press briefing at Gotham's Time Warner Center, Turner's chief research officer Jack Wakshlag laid out a statistical rundown of the television season that held lots of good news for the…
HBO co-president Harold Akselrad is ankling the cabler after 25 years, most of them as chief counsel.
The Oprah Winfrey Network continued filling out its exec ranks, naming Timothy Kuryak and Jill Dickerson as programming veeps.
At one of the media world's most potent addresses, 30 Rockefeller Center, a radical makeover is under way just down the hall from "Today" and "Saturday Night Live."
The website Huffington Post reported on Monday that NBC News correspondent David Gregory has been tapped to succeed the late Tim Russert as host of "Meet the Press."
HBO may have whacked the "The Sopranos" way back in June 2007, but as a retailing platform, the gangster skein isn't sleeping with the fishes yet.
Former Fox News Channel exec David Rhodes has been tapped to head Bloomberg Television's American region.
The Koppel Group and Discovery Communications have agreed to dissolve their three-year relationship six months early.
Jordan and Argentina snagged their first-ever statuettes at the 36th Intl. Emmy Awards, but the U.K. was Monday night's big winner at the festivities, held at the New York Hilton.