With CBS and ABC deciding to join NBC in pushing back fall premieres a week, it now seems likely the TV season won't officially start until Sept. 24.
The fate of the new TV season was still in doubt Wednesday -- except at NBC, which has decided to push back its fall premieres until Sept. 24.
Network execs have started to comb through their fall fare, hoping to erase anything considered tasteless in light of Tuesday's tragedy.
Major League Baseball has wiped out all 45 of its scheduled games from Tuesday through today as a result of the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, and the National Football League may…
Sept. 15 is looming as D-Day for the pirates who dominate the homevideo industry in Malaysia.
The U.S. studios bluntly told the Australian government last month the tax regime for international films was a huge impediment to shooting Down Under -- and last week, the government made amends.
Network programmers Tuesday nonetheless struggled with the short- and long-term impact the terrorist attacks will have on primetime skeds and the upcoming fall season. News coverage pre-empted…
They'll be hounding Fox on Sundays this season, as the net's broadcast rivals look to chip away at its recent dominance while also trying to keep the cable world from making more inroads on the night.
Blockbuster said Monday that it will take a $450 million charge this year as it accelerates its transition from VHS to DVD rentals.
Gotham-based Lot 47 Films has acquired all U.S. rights to Zacharias Kunuk's "Atanarjuat -- The Fast Runner," written in the Inuit language.