Fall primetime schedule for network television outlets 2006-07.
The fifth "day" was the charm for Fox's "24," while NBC's "The Office" established that it is more than just the U.S. branch of a hit British comedy at the 58th annual Emmy Awards. Fox's gritty…
Cox Communications, the fourth largest cable operator, has signed a deal to make TiVo's DVR and interactive-advertising services available to Cox subscribers with DVR boxes.
ABC News is producing a series of exclusive videos for sale on Apple's iTunes Music Store that combine unused or archived footage into new reports. First series of specials will include pieces on…
In theater, you have to be there, and you can't take it with you. But now legit events are expanding into other media -- meaning that sometimes you can take it with you.
Fall 2006 is shaping up to be the first broadband TV season. CBS said Tuesday that starting with its September premiere week, ad-supported episodes of every primetime show it fully owns will be…
Telco giant KDDI is joining cable operators to offer subscribers archived content, including features, on demand and free of charge. KDDI is starting the service with Japan Cablenet, a cable operator…
All five "Star Trek" captains are working together for the first time. "Star Trek: Legacy," a videogame set for release this fall from publisher Bethesda Softworks, will feature voiceover work and…
The general DVD market may be flat, but Spanish-language DVDs are muy caliente, thanks to telenovelas.
Sci Fi Channel is bringing back BBC time-travel drama "Doctor Who" for a second season.
This time it's a wrap. North Carolina's Gov. Mike Easley signed House Bill 1522, making official the state's 15% refundable tax credit on goods, services and labor for film and TV productions.