TNN wants to prove it's got game in the awards show business, rolling out the first televised kudos for the fast-growing vidgame industry with such over-the-top categories as best all-around badass…
Federal Communications Commission topper Michael Powell wowed telecom lawyers -- and even reporters -- last week with a spoof of the Christmas perennial "It's a Wonderful Life."
With primetime ratings hitting all-time lows, it's more difficult than ever to know when to cheer -- and when to panic.
EchoStar and DirecTV parent Hughes Electronics officially broke up Tuesday, and at least one eager bidder jumped at the chance to nab the satcaster.
Signaling the end of its merger pact with EchoStar for the first time, Hughes Electronics said Wednesday it is not willing to fight for the deal and wait while the feds reconsider the doomed…
Tenacious satcaster EchoStar has resurrected its doomed bid to merge with rival DirecTV. On Thanksgiving eve, EchoStar filed an amended merger application with the Federal Communications Commission…
Part of Vancouver's runaway gravy train has left the station. But Stateside showbizzers shouldn't break out the champagne just yet -- the train's apparently headed east, to other Canuck provinces…
A dramatic drop in film and TV revenues in British Columbia is expected to knock this year's total below C$1 billion ($635 million) for the first time since 1999.
A battle over red vs. blue light has studios fearing the DVD green they've been harvesting may turn brown.
Fox is preparing two high-profile TV series, three theatrical releases and the second special edition of "X-Men" for DVD release in February and March.
It's official: EchoStar and DirecTV are going to trial to argue that Washington antitrust watchdogs were wrong in denying their bid to merge and become the country's largest satcaster.