And now there are three. Start-up free-to-view digital terrestrial television (DTT) operator Net TV filed an application Friday with Spain's industry minister Jose Montilla to broadcast in analog.
Gemstar-TV Guide Intl. on Friday announced the sudden departure of two top execs, including TV Guide Television Group prexy Ian Aaron.
An early frontrunner in this season's "American Idol" has ankled the competish just days after making it into show's final round of 12. Mario Vasquez "has withdrawn from the competition for personal…
Univision saw its best primetime February sweep performance in Hispanic adults 18-34 and 18-49 last month. Compared to February 2004, primetime viewership in adults 18-49 climbed 36% to 2.8 million…
The Heritage Media Group has signed TV stations in six of the top-10 markets to carry "Hip Hop Hold 'Em," a weekly firstrun syndicated hour that will visit the home of a guest celebrity each week for…
Chris Rock has landed a single-camera pilot at UPN based on his life growing up in Brooklyn. Rock will narrate, via voiceover, "Everybody Hates Chris," a "Wonder Years"-esque take on the world of an…
NBC's "Law & Order: Trial by Jury" took a step back in its second outing, falling behind CBS rookie "Numbers" in their first head-to-head matchup. According to preliminary nationals from Nielsen…
One month on from its first birthday as a merged entity, ITV, Blighty's biggest commercial terrestrial broadcaster, has good news and bad news.
A record 17 new unscripted skeins have bowed on broadcast television alone this season, but quantity hasn't meant quality in the Nielsens.
Numbers don't lie -- except in Hollywood. In a town known for its creative math, it's never much of a shock to hear that someone's fudged the numbers just a little. But in recent weeks, network…
It wasn't the glitz that lured Sony Pictures Entertainment topper Michael Lynton back to studio land. It was the economic stability DVD brings to an otherwise volatile business.