NBC and CBS waged another epic Thursday battle as the third week of sweeps got under way, but ABC, UPN and the WB also had reason to cheer.
ABC has pulled "Karen Sisco" from active duty, handing over the Wednesday 10 p.m. assignment to two new recruits: "Celebrity Mole Yucatan" and "Stephen King's Kingdom Hospital."
Al Gore sure didn't sound like someone who is about to launch a cable network in a recent speech decrying television's "quasi-hypnotic" influence on the masses. Or did he?
It's official: CBS is going wacko for Jacko again.
In a bid to boost homegrown film and TV production, the Canadian government announced Friday that it is increasing the tax credit available for producers shooting Canuck films and TV shows.
Argentina's cable industry is showing signs of recovery after an economic crisis last year accelerated subscriber cancellations, leaving the market down 30% from its 5 million-subscriber height in…
David Spade will host the "Video Game Awards" for Spike TV. Cabler will bow the two-hour event Dec. 4.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation has named Hope Enterprises chief operating officer Linda Hope, ABC Entertainment Television Group exec VP Mark Pedowitz, NBC Enterprises exec VP…
Laurence "Larry" Tisch, the self-made billionaire real estate tycoon who rescued CBS Inc. from a hostile takeover in 1986, only to be criticized for his cost-cutting style and lack of vision in…
German pubcaster ZDF and China's state TV China Central Television have pacted to exchange news footage.
If either Jessica Lynch or Elizabeth Smart wanted to write another book, they might consider joining forces and penning a tell-all about being put through the media spin cycle.