Diversity among Hollywood's TV writers falls short of reflecting the actual demographics of the U.S. population, a study from the Writers Guild of America West shows.
As digital content continues to migrate from YouTube channels to TV, producers are scrambling to find the next "Annoying Orange" and other properties ripe for the cable picking.
Post-election analysis has offered a reminder that people who professionally opine on television often don't know the first thing about how own their business works.
ABC may have lagged its rivals in key demos during premiere week, but numbers released Thursday show that the net's entertainment lineup drew the most "upscale" young adults.
If the usual media mantra is along the lines of "Out with the old, in with the new," a few emerging bastions are daring to embrace the past.
The recent boom in Gotham tourism prompted a related spike in Broadway ticket sales to domestic tourists, according to a recent demographic report on the 2010-11 season from the Broadway League. But…
The broadcast networks have grown older than ever -- if they were a person, they wouldn't even be a part of TV's target demo anymore.
KTLA general manager Vinnie Malcolm is the first to admit that his TV station is in transition. The decline and ultimate demise of the WB tripped up the station's primetime sked, which is just…