The Banff Television Festival will kick off Sunday with a loaded slate, against a background of continued U.S. moans about runaway production, local fears over the cash-strapped TV industry and…
Craig Zadan and Neil Meron are teaming with CBS and Sony Pictures Television on a sure-to-be-controversial four-hour miniseries about Ronald and Nancy Reagan.
With her eponymous syndie strip sliding in the ratings, Martha Stewart's troubles are not limited to the boardroom or the courtroom.
BBC's "Newsnight" anchorman Jeremy Paxman has landed an exclusive interview with Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling.
NBC's powerful latenight combo of "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" and "Late Night With Conan O'Brien" opened bigger advantages over rivals during the May sweep, each posting its largest margin of…
It's been more than a year since Fox aired an episode of "Family Guy," but the oft-controversial toon laffer is still making noise.
MGM Home Entertainment has packed with Rogers Cable, Canada's largest cable operator, to showcase pics on Rogers' video-on-demand service in the first such deal between a Hollywood studio and Canuck…
Fox joined Ruben Studdard as a big winner last week as the final night of "American Idol" hit some of the net's highest ratings notes ever.
The deal contract emails have started flying through cyberspace, and media buyers should end up funneling a record $5.2 billion or more in upfront ad dollars to adrenaline-pumped cable networks.
While network execs' jaws dropped last week at the record $9.2 billion they racked up from advertisers in this year's upfront market, Madison Avenue was less taken aback.