It seems odd that in the same year that Netflix broke through as the first Internet streaming service to earn Emmy nominations in major categories, FX's "Louie" is the first basic cable series to…
Networks — especially cable — have become more likely to give social media and on-demand viewing time to work their magic before yanking series.
Drama is taking centerstage at this year's L.A. Screenings.
If you're one of television's creative people — a writer, producer, entrepreneur — now's your time, says Endemol Group prexy Tim Hincks, who will deliver the keynote speech at MipTV 2013 on April…
As TV types head to Mip this spring, they're finding that traditional formats are returning with a twist — and that twist usually consists of interactivity or social media.
Television is tricky these days: Producing programs is more expensive than ever, and with so many ways to watch, drawing a big audience is challenging. Yet when they do make their choices, viewers…
This year's syndicated freshman class hasn't produced any hits, but four of the season's six new talkshows will return in the fall.
Queen Latifah, Arsenio among new talkers
Global content takes on higher importance as top shows can travel around the world
Syndication has been good to Steve Harvey this year. The comic actor/radio host/talkshow host has seen the two shows he headlines climb the charts, with some considering his style of urban hip to be…
"Maury," the king of so-called conflict talkers, will see a couple of would-be rivals move onto its turf this fall -- MGM's "Paternity Court," starring lawyer Lauren Lake, and CBS Television…
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