You may find more promos for new fall TV shows online these days than you will on your TV set.
Looking to boost its reach beyond legacy pay TV, Discovery Communications has launched TestTube, an ad-supported, free-to-consumer network aimed at young males, stocked with 15 original series…
Fox's ADHD is aimed at an audience that expects the kind of content it can't see on TV, and for which the Internet is the first screen.
The TV industry is taking a small step towards catching up with the consumption patterns of its audience, who are increasingly making use of digital technologhy to watch their favorite programs.
Inside the online revival of "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," where production and distribution are getting a radical rethink.
Viki, the global TV site powered by fans who voluntarily subtitle content into 150 languages, has pacted with NBCU to bring hundreds of hours of programming to Southeast Asia beginning Friday.
The major broadcast and cable nets should take a big step forward in monetizing Internet viewing of full-length programs this fall.
Traditional TV webs are more likely to benefit from the growing popularity of online video than dedicated Internet-based companies, according to a survey conducted by Deloitte and YouGov.
Israeli TV station Reshet TV and HIRO-Media Ltd. have announced the availability of free ad-supported video downloads of Israel's favorite television shows.
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Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman1Weekend:$21.2M Fox / DreamWorks Animation
300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire2Weekend:$19.1M Warner Brothers
Need For Speed
Need For Speed3Weekend:$17.8M