No year-end retrospective is complete without a list of significant events. But when it comes to the busy intersection of TV and digital media, 2012 may have been defined best by what didn't happen.
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Science has given a fourth-season greenlight of "Through the Wormhole With Morgan Freeman."
With its eyebrow-raising move out of the jam-packed drama race into the miniseries-movies category, FX's "American Horror Story" made itself into one of the biggest winners at Thursday's primetime…
TV stations are asking a federal court to put a stop to the FCC's plans to require that TV broadcasters post political ad spending information online.
David Eilenberg is now topper of TNT and TBS' reality division.
Add Tribune and ITV Studios American's upcoming ''Bill Cunningham Show'' to the list of syndicated yakkers vying for attention in the post-Oprah landscape.
Program does a poor job of capturing exactly what distinguishes Kelly Cutrone's form of publicity.
Discovery Networks' U.S. Hispanic Group has set up an advertising team to represent its Spanish-language networks in the U.S. market: Discovery en Español, Discovery Kids en Español and Discovery…