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…
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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.
Telefonica has launched an Internet TV service, Basic Imagenio, which will cost consumers less than its established Family Imagenio. Priced at E43.9 ($56.50) a month vs. Family's $67, Basic targets…
In a biz ravaged by piracy and declining box office, tyro Spanish DVD distrib So Good Entertainment is veering away from features and into TV shows and other fare.
A floppy-eared, animated blue dog, strategically placed paw prints, and a live-action host in a striped rugby jersey: The "Blue's Clues" formula seems innocent enough.
Periwinkle came to town, Steve went to college, and Blue morphed into a puppet, but after 10 years, the "Blue's Clues" franchise has remained one of TV's top draws for the little people ages 2-5 demo.
Is it the paws that define "Blue's Clues," or is it the pause? Previously, children's educational shows presented a one-way conversation to their youthful aud, but "Blue's Clues" revolutionized the…
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