A+E Networks is pulling out the broadcast stops for two-night miniseries “Bonnie & Clyde,” announcing that Lifetime, A&E and History will all simulcast the program. Simulcasts are often seen for…
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CBS was understandably giddy when "Under the Dome" opened to eye-opening ratings, and proceeded to hold on well. Not only had the network taken a big swing outside its wheelhouse, but it scored a…
Children's cable programmers are playing a losing game of arbitrage by cutting deals with Netflix. That's according to an analysis of ratings for Turner Broadcasting System's Cartoon Network by…
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The Republican National Committee voted on Friday to punish NBC and CNN for moving forward with movie projects on Hillary Clinton by barring them from 2016 primary debate coverage unless they abandon…
he Food Network is being joined by 28 other cable networks to raise awareness of childhood hunger in the U.S. during September.
After weeks of haggling and mud-slinging, CBS and Time Warner Cable remained deadlocked over retransmission fees — resulting in blackouts Friday afternoon of CBS stations in New York, L.A., Dallas…
Release the hounds: DogTV — touted as the first TV network aimed at man's best friend — is a real 24-hour channel that will be unleashed on DirecTV starting Aug. 1. For the first two weeks of August…
DreamWorks mogul Steven Spielberg wants to work on his own terms, so he's decided to write the checks himself.
The soon-to-launch cable sports outlet, Fox Sports 1, will not broadcast the Super Bowl next year. Yet executives behind the scenes are making a play for the new network to get its share of Super…
CBS' ambitious series "Under the Dome" is leading the charge among the broadcasters to recapture viewers and advertising dollars that have fled to cable during the summer months.
A TV company best known for its reliance on so-called "non fiction" programming is playing with something a little off-kilter for its viewers: scripted fare.