Shares of the newly merged AOL Time Warner ended their first day of trading lower, easing 1.6% to close at $46.47 and exhibiting yet again Wall Street's propensity to "buy on rumors, sell on news."
Sports programming proved big in Japan last year as the Sydney Olympics and the professional baseball championship series dominated the yearly ratings.
CNN Headline News president Bob Furnad will retire after 17 years with the company. No successor has been named.
It's come down to the wire, but -- barring any last-minute surprises -- UPN is expected today to seal a deal with Chris-Craft that would keep the netlet on the air in major markets such as New York…
The WB's "Popstars" hit a high ratings note in its initial outing Friday night, delivering what's likely the netlet's highest rating ever for the time period.
The Oscars look different from Europe. I'm not surprised, just a little mesmerized by the depths of ambivalence toward something, that for Americans at least, is so simple: Awards good, losing bad.
Columbia TriStar TV Distribution is reorganizing its distrib staff in response to the changing TV marketplace and to fill the void since Steve Mosko ascended from head of distribution to division…
Internet production house Mondo Media has secured over $17 million in a third round of financing. SBVC, formerly Softbank Venture Capital, and Venturepark lead the round, which also included…
Gregory Allen Howard, who wrote the original screenplay for "Remember the Titans," will be honored at a reception hosted by Georgia Gov. Roy Barnes on Tuesday at the governor's mansion in Atlanta.
Satcaster BSkyB may have to pay £225 million ($337 million) to British Telecom if the telco decides to sell its stake in interactive TV service Open.
Leaving little room for optimism, the programming heads of seven major television studios declared Saturday that a writers strike may now be inevitable.