Cablevision late Tuesday rejected the Dolan family's second offer to take the company private, calling their $30 a share bid too low given upbeat prospects for Cablevision and the cable biz in…
Disney Channel viewers leapt on "Jump In," turning the original movie's Friday night premiere into the cabler's most-watched telecast ever.
Sundance and the Brooklyn Academy of Music announced the second year of the Sundance Institute at BAM series, May 31-June 10.
A&E IndieFilms has made the first Sundance prebuy, picking up North American television rights for Amir Bar-Lev's "My Kid Could Paint That," a docu about a painting prodigy.
Nielsen Media Research detailed its plan to measure commercials, but the data will come too late to impact ad sales for the coming TV season.
DreamWorks Animation consumer products topper Anne Globe is adding marketing to her responsibilities.
An activist group urged its members to complain to the Federal Communications Commission about Fox for "deliberately displaying the f-word" during Saturday's broadcast of an NFL playoff game between…
DreamWorks has tapped Sony's Christine Birch to serve as president of marketing. She'll report directly to co-chair-CEO Stacey Snider. As a liaison, Birch will work closely with marketing honchos at…
Jeff Skoll's Participant Prods. has hired veteran events producer John Schreiber for the newly created position of exec VP, social action and advocacy.
Public television veteran Rudy Buttignol has been tapped as the first recipient of the industry achievement award at the 2007 Hot Docs Canadian Intl. Documentary Film Festival.
Court TV's original series "Murder by the Book" has been picked up for a 13-episode second season, premiering later this year.