Seattle-based pubcaster KCTS is axing 35 jobs, reducing the size of its staff by 25% come year-end.
"The Boys of 2nd Street Park, " a docu exploring the divergent paths of a generation of boys who grew up in 1960's Brooklyn, is slated to air September 28 on Showtime.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has formed "ATAS Cares," an umbrella committee dedicated to expanding the Acad's charitable works
Pie Town Prods. has added three executive positions as the company ramps up to produce more than 500 episodes of reality skeins for cabler Home and Garden over the next two years.
War, what is it good for? Fox News. Cabler surpassed its own record and dominated cable in both primetime and total-day for the second month in a row.
With the start of the TV upfront market less than three weeks away, broadcast network spinmeisters are busily whipping up expectations for a top dollar, sold-out upfront market.
A triple scoop of "American Idol" kept Fox on top of the primetime heap for a third straight week in the primary young-adult demo. The hot music talent show, comprising 17% of the net's sked…
The Directors Guild of America has modified its national contract with commercial producers for work outside Southern California and the New York City area.
The Sundance Channel has acquired all North American rights to Mark Decana's romantic drama "Dopamine" as the second title to go out through the Sundance Film Series. Pic launches theatrically in the…
Dutch media mogul John De Mol's investment company, Talpa, has increased its stake in U.K. soccer team Manchester United from 2.9% to 3.5%. However, company has denied speculation about a hostile…
Arab satcaster al-Arabiya is offering a job to former Iraqi information minister Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaf, whose dubious daily briefings during the U.S.-led war won him a cult following.