Sony Pictures Entertainment's the Game Show Channel has renewed its output deal with Pearson TV for the library of Mark Goodson's rerun gameshows.
Forget mass-appeal broadcasting. Execs at The WB believe staying young and narrow is the key to the netlet's long-term success.
In a move that could shake the economic foundation that the cable industry was built on, a key congressman is working on a proposal that would for the first time give consumers the ability to lower…
For the first time in three decades, the governing board of the Intl. Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees on Thursday was returned to office without opposition.
If NBC, CBS or Fox were hoping to get their hands on the broadcast rights to Steven Spielberg's Tom Hanks starrer "Saving Private Ryan," they should think again.
Cablevision Systems Corp., whose stock price has given a good impression of a Saturn V rocket in the past year, declared a 2-for-1 stock split Thursday, in what will be the stock's second split in…
Canadian regulators threw a wrench in Shaw Communication's multimedia aspirations when they ruled Tuesday against the cable company's ownership position in a Canadian specialty TV channel.
Director Peter Bogdanovich, who is making a comeback in Hollywood with a telepic for ABC, is in talks to helm the feature "Face Facts" for Winchester Entertainment with Stanley Tucci set to star.
CBS TV president Leslie Moonves told an audience at the Television Critics Assn. press tour Thursday that the "relentless pursuit of demographics" is turning broadcast networks into narrowcasters.
Steven Jobs' Pixar Animation Studios announced Thursday that net income fell 77% to $2.1 million in the second quarter as revenues plunged 74% to $3.8 million.
After staff layoffs, a messy legal dispute and getting mired in red ink, at last some good news for Golden Harvest.