Harold "Hal" Golden, a television industry leader and former president of ABC Films, died June 30 of natural causes in Capistrano Beach, Calif. He was 86.
Peter Falk, the Emmy- and Tony-winning stage, screen and TV actor best known to world audiences as the always-underestimated police detective in the long-running telepic series "Columbo," died…
American television is more influenced by foreign programmers than ever, but Americans remain unlikely to watch foreign TV programs in their original languages, say industry executives.
They're on the front line of the one-man-band revolution in television news.
USC students led the College Television Awards on April 11 nabbing six kudos, Brigham Young was next with four and UC Berkeley and Chapman U. took three each.
Dubai TV managing editor Ali Jaber has seen it all in a career that has spanned two decades.
NBC Universal topper Jeff Zucker warned Monday that new digital business models are turning media revenues "from dollars into pennies" and revealed that NBC U booked just $15 million in revenue…
What this country needs is a good kick between the legs. That's the philosophy the producers of "America's Funniest Home Videos" live by every day, and it has served them well.
The Recording industry launched an antipiracy-educational initiative aimed at university students that includes a chance for a "discounted" settlement and no record being kept of the illegal…