BSkyB chief exec James Murdoch went to war Tuesday in the hypercompetitive U.K. broadband market by announcing a free basic broadband deal for the satcaster's existing subscribers.
A federal judge has approved Time Warner's plan to pay $300 million to investors as part of a regulatory settlement following allegations that the conglom's America Online unit overstated ad revenue…
Viacom may be angling to buy the Onion, as Tom Freston's company seeks to flesh out its web strategy and as the number of irreverent, independent sites grows ever smaller.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has announced Vid-Wave Boxx (BOXX Communications) and Quad-Split (Harry D. Flagle) as recipients of the 2006 Primetime Emmy Engineering Awards.
Rating the ads, in addition to the shows in-between, could be a boon to network TV in its fight to get paid for viewers recording shows on DVRs. CBS chief research officer David Poltrack said numbers…
Flush with positive reviews of the visual effects on "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest" -- and basking in the reflected glory of its grosses -- Industrial Light & Magic is gearing up for a…
If young people are fleeing television to go online, why not bring online to television? That's the calculus of a growing number of cable nets, which have been furiously adding interactive components…
There's no summer hiatus for piracy, where "Lost" continues to dominate the list of TV and movie properties that online downloaders are looking for.
Claudio Biern, prexy of toon producer BRB Intl., and Tino de la Torre, a former director general of Universal Pictures Iberia, have partnered with Portugal's Banco Espirito Santo to launch DVD…
The Just For Laughs (Montreal International Comedy Festival) highly guarded lineups for the New Faces and Masters shows will be available on MySpace July 17.