NBC defeated CBS in another Thursday night shootout last week, with the Eye keeping it close behind the strong second halves of both "Survivor" and "CSI."
Anyone who thought they knew the Gallic film biz is in for a surprise as a succession of purges takes its toll.
After a weekend of feverish negotiations, record companies and online broadcasters hit upon a compromise late Sunday on royalty rates aimed at compensating labels while giving indie Webcasters some…
Buyers were out in force at this year's Mipcom Junior, but there were fewer distributors and programs being offered to the 685 delegates from 53 countries at the two-day jaunt for the kidvid biz.
In a sign that some dealmaking may be afoot, NBC on Friday filed a form 13D with the Securities and Exchange Commission that suggests the Peacock could be poised to initiate a transaction with…
CBS and Showtime, two networks owned by Viacom, swear that they're not trying to set any precedent.
Eighteen U.S. film festivals, from a pool of 77, have been tapped by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences' Academy Foundation to receive grants, totaling $250,000, for festival programming…
Canuck network CTV has appointed Rick Brace prexy, replacing Trina McQueen who retired earlier this year.
Chi has caught a Red Eye. The Chicago Tribune will reportedly launch a newsstand-only tabloid that will attempt to attract the ever-elusive 18-34 readership.
Radio satcaster XM Satellite Radio is on track to meet its previously stated subscriber goal of 350,000 by year's end, the company said in a regulatory filing.
Achterbahn, producer of one of Germany's most successful animated film franchises, has filed for bankruptcy, becoming the latest Teutonic media company to go belly up in the dire local market.