Univision Communications, the largest U.S. Spanish-language television and radio broadcaster, will pay about $190 million to buy two leased television stations in Puerto Rico, where the company also…
Forget DVD -- that was the unmistakable message from film and TV companies during two weeks of negotiations with SAG and AFTRA earlier this month.
KCAL's hunk-a, hunk-a burning wood was a hit with Angelenos on Christmas morning, winning its time period in key demos.
As cable news stretches its wings and budgets to cover the tsunami story, year-end Nielsen ratings show a general decline in viewership compared with 2003, a year when viewers flocked to news nets…
The Library of Congress has named an eclectic mix of pics to the National Film Registry for 2004, including the 1951 civil defense film "Duck and Cover," Andy Warhol's eight-hour experimental…
If any further proof is needed that TV watching is not foremost on people's minds during Christmas Day, WPIX New York harvested more viewers than any other local TV station from 8 a.m. to noon by…
The curse of Max Bialystock has struck again. Tony Award winner Nathan Lane has been forced to withdraw almost two weeks early from London's "The Producers" due to two slipped discs.
Nothing heats up the dead of winter like a good video -- or a good takeover battle. Vidchain giant Blockbuster threatened Tuesday to launch a $1 billion, all-cash hostile takeover of Hollywood…
Nielsen spread some Christmas cheer ABC's way last week as holiday faves complemented the network's regular sked and produced its third primetime demo win of the season.
Funnyman Jay Mohr has signed on to host the Sundance Channel's "Festival Dailies," a daily half-hour program to be broadcast from the upcoming Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, Jan. 24-28.