As the TV industry continues to question where the boys are, Nielsen Entertainment and videogame publisher Activision may have found the answer.
The Assn. of National Advertisers and the American Assn. of Advertising Agencies have formed a joint task force in hopes of reshaping the upfront process, including whether to impose a "closing bell"…
Tele Munchen topper Herbert Kloiber made headlines after outbidding Germany's leading broadcaster RTL Television for a $220 million package of Warner Bros. fare in March -- but local industryites are…
Off-lot film production in Los Angeles County staged a mild rebound in March, gaining 13% from February, while TV production set an all-time record as a burst of pilots pushed activity up by a…
The Sundance Channel has secured the world premiere of Margaret Cho's standup concert feature "Revolution."
Voiceover: The writers and studios are back at the table -- and Tinseltown is in for a ticklish month as the scribes arm-wrestle the media congloms in their tri-annual labor negotiations.
Forget what you think you know about the upfronts. The supposition that advertisers are paying more for access to ever bigger audiences is false. Program ratings -- much like pork bellies or crude…
About 35 years ago, John Lennon declared the Beatles more popular than Jesus. Well, careers go up and down, but right now, Jesus is again Da Man.
CBS is showing some "Big Brother"-ly love to the "The Amazing Race." Eye has firmed up plans for its summer sked, and the biggest news is the net's decision to pair established hit "Brother" with the…
Unveiling an ambitious slate of unscripted series, docs and movies for 2004-05, Court TV president-chief operating officer Art Bell said the cabler will spend an unprecedented $200 million on…