In a bid to get everyone on the same page heading into the new season, execs from ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox gathered with reporters on the Fox lot to discuss the ways new technologies are affecting…
Mark Burnett's One Three Media is run like a family business — albeit one with a well-heeled new member in Hearst Corp.
“The Simpsons” are finally headed to cable. Gary Newman, chairman-CEO of 20th Century Fox TV, told an investor confab Thursday that the studio is poised to shop a mammoth package of rerun rights to…
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Warner Bros. has dated Robert Downey Jr.’s “The Judge” for Oct. 10, 2014, making the legal drama about a big-city lawyer whose father is accused of murder a prime suspect for Oscar season. Robert…
CBS and Time Warner Cable have extended the deadline to reach a new distribution deal for the Eye’s 13 owned-and-operated stations and cablers including Showtime by three hours, until 8 p.m. Eastern…
CBS and Time Warner Cable have agreed to avert a looming blackout of CBS-owned stations on TW Cable systems by agreeing to a four-day extension of the deadline in their retrans contract negotiations…
You may find more promos for new fall TV shows online these days than you will on your TV set.
Telecommunications tycoon Carlos Slim is investing $40 million into media-discovery app developer Shazam Entertainment, which plans to double down on its expansion into TV. Slim’s America Movil — the…
The yellow Twinkie-shaped characters have not only helped launch Universal's first family franchise in well over a decade, but have instantly made the studio a major player in the lucrative animation…
Turner Broadcasting execs will talk up cable's gains over the broadcast nets and efforts to court viewers on multiple screens at its upfront presentation at the Hammerstein Ballroom.
Wall Street Journal execs told Madison Avenue types that company reaches well beyond financial news and dead-tree roots of namesake biz newspaper, promising to pump reams of new, original online…