Celebrity news venture "omg! Insider" is learning firsthand something often reflected in its own reporting: Relationships aren't easy.
Viewers may be leaving "American Idol," but the show's sponsors are not following suit. The venerable Fox musical popularity contest this season to date has an average audience of about 14.1 million…
Citing cost savings, Lionsgate has consolidated media buying for the Lionsgate and Summit film labels into the Mindshare agency following a four-month review.
A few years ago -- an eternity on the Internet timeline -- online video was the Wild West. The occasional gunslinger would come along and challenge the current sheriff, achieving viral success.
In response to growing demand from advertisers, GroupM and Nielsen are creating a new measurement service they said would integrate media planning and measurement across television and the Internet.
New research hammers the cable industry for fumbling VOD badly enough to miss out on billions in ad revenue and paving the way for the emergence of over-the-top alternatives like Netflix.
Nickelodeon has appointed Bronwen O'Keefe senior veep of its new on-air and online brand NickMom. O'Keefe has been with the kidvid cabler for 15 years, most recently serving as senior VP of event and…
Internet sensation The Annoying Orange is bearing fruit on TV.
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ABC has turned to "October Road," slotting the new drama in the plum post-"Grey's Anatomy" slot beginning next month.
While advertisers have planted their sticky fingers all over reality TV, Madison Avenue still hasn't figured out how to approach the scripted world.