TMZ isn't the only Internet phenom plotting a leap to television. Edgy site No Good TV -- best known for its raw, uncensored celebrity interviews -- is about to shop a latenight franchise around town.
NBC has engineered a breakthrough deal to get its fall pilots previewed on virtually every major cable and satellite system in the country.
DirecTV has begun the promotional countdown to its Sept. 17 premiere of the new season for soap opera "Passions," highlighted by four live weekly half-hours featuring cast members taking calls from…
Tel Aviv-based Dori Media Group (DMG) said Thursday that it has reached a deal with YouTube to launch two telenovela channels on the Google video site.
AOL may have lost the text-search battle to Google, but it's aiming to take the crown in video searching.
Dr. Phil's about to face some serious competition online: Hollywood execs Robert Tercek and Matt Edelman are prepping to launch PeopleJam, a website set on helping people improve their lives.
Fans of FX's "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" won't have to wait until September to get a dose of the show's dense deviants.
The rainy summer has dramatically increased DVD sales in Sweden, according to statistics from market research org Gross From Knowledge.
Larry Kasanoff is getting into the direct-to-DVD animation biz, partnering with private equity group Qualia Capital to launch Tinseltown Toons, whose first releases will revolve around the Lego toy…
Just in time for the show's off-net syndication launch, the cast behind "Family Guy" is taking it back out on the road.
Genius Products LLC, the video distributor controlled by the Weinstein Co., posted its first profit during the quarter ended June 30, showing $2.1 million in net income.