Hit movies and solid homevid buffered Disney a bit in the latest quarter from a battering delivered to ABC and theme parks by the war in Iraq. The Mouse House on Thursday posted a 12% slide in net…
CBS' controversial Hitler miniseries has snagged an important vote of confidence from a leading Jewish organization.
A hairstylist on Fox Sports Network's "The Best Damn Sports Show Period" has filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against co-host and former NBA player John Salley, as well as others involved with the…
Steve Cheskin, who devised the granddaddy of all cable-network stunts, Discovery Channel's high-rated annual "Shark Week," has resigned as executive VP and general manager of the Travel Channel.
WNBC-TV New York, the official broadcast sponsor of the Tribeca Film Festival, has scheduled "The Making of a Festival," a one-hour special, for Saturday at 7 p.m.
The Prism Awards will fete James Woods with the Heritage Award and Tribute Entertainment topper Dick Askin with the Larry Stewart Leadership Award.
Tina Brown's buzz has simmered to a fizz, if ratings for her network debut "Topic A With Tina Brown" are any indication.
With three weeks to go to the finale, "American Idol" dominated its hour Wednesday and helped Fox catch NBC for the May sweep's demo lead after the opening week.
Japan-based fighting circuit Pride FC grabbed a toehold in the U.S. market, announcing a pay-per-view distribution deal with In Demand and its first-ever U.S. event.
Weary of charges that he is conducting a secretive rewrite of media ownership rules, FCC topper Michael Powell fired back Thursday, accusing Democratic commissioner Michael Copps of failing to make…
Germany's Deutsche Bank has sold its cable unit Tele Columbus to British investment group BC Partners for b510 million ($570 million) as it continues to concentrate on its core business.