The broadcasting biz has come to a change-or-die crossroads, NBC Universal topper Jeff Zucker bluntly told NATPE-goers in Tuesday's opening keynote address.
That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. With Edward Kennedy and Barack Obama blanketing talk and news shows, Hillary Clinton’s campaign is pointing out that it has its own share of…
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In another sign of how the WGA strike is reshaping network TV's development process, CBS Paramount Network TV is planning to team with Canada's CTV to produce at least 13 episodes of a police drama…
The Wall Street Journal is planning to move -- away from Wall Street.
In an indication of how WGA leaders have cooled down their rhetoric now that they're in informal talks with moguls, WGA East president Michael Winship has asked members to put a lid on speculation…
The WGA strike has not yet run out of steam -- even at the 13-week mark.
Al Gore and Joel Hyatt are trying to raise more than $100 million from an IPO for their Current TV, reports Variety’s Dade Hayes. The network, which depends on user-generated content and won an Emmy…
Robert Odendaal will step down as CEO of Malaysian pay TV giant Astro All Asia Networks on April 15.
Although it has racked up more than $31 million in losses since launching in 2005, Al Gore's Current Media has filed for an initial public stock offering.
From Variety: John McCain's resurgence in the presidential race is bringing new life to his campaign in Hollywood.Last week, he won the endorsement of Sylvester Stallone, and MGM chief Harry Sloan…
From Variety: With presidential candidates advancing or dropping out as if they're on "Survivor," this year's election contest "is almost like a reality show with real consequences for the nation,"…