DeForest Kelley, known to millions of TV viewers as Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy on the original "Star Trek" TV series, died Friday at the Motion Picture and Television Fund Hospital in Los Angeles. He…
Revealing that the company would lose A$4.6 million ($3 million) this fiscal year, senior exec directors Cary Stynes and Andrew Buxton resigned this week from the board of Oz media publishing, cinema…
Cable programmers have been warned they will have to innovate as well as Internet companies such as Amazon.com to keep their businesses growing.
Worries over rising interest rates and a recent court setback have sent cable stocks down an average of 21% in the past few weeks, ensuring a somber mood for execs gathering in Chicago today for the…
Shaw Communications, one of Canada's leading cable operators, has created Corus Entertainment to house all of its media assets.
An attempt by several web heads to create a new network television association has been put on indefinite hold.
For a man of many talents, Phil Collins hasn't been renowned as a linguist. Yet the British singer has just mastered enough Spanish (two dialects), French, German and Italian to croon five songs in…
Canuck regulator the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has unveiled a wide-ranging new policy for the Canadian TV industry that significantly loosens the rules for…
CNBC anchor Chris Matthews is close to inking a new long-term deal with the Peacock-owned cabler that could result in his nightly "Hardball" yakker moving to MSNBC.
Just how digital will "Star Wars: Episode II" be? Maybe not as digital as George Lucas hopes. Costs and capabilities of the new, untested cameras being developed by Sony and Panavision may keep him…