Besides getting hitched and working on a new standup routine, Jerry Seinfeld hasn't made many public appearances since his immensely popular sitcom vacated its primetime digs in 1998. The comedian's…
If you want to gamble on gabbers such as "Iyanla" or "Ananda," see Seinfeld do his latest shtick, sip coffee with showrunner Darren Star or wade through a sea of upcoming reality formats, then NATPE…
For almost 10 years, interactive television has been the Next Big Thing in consumer TV-watching.
Planetfeedback.com is a leading consumer porthole for filing complaints, compliments and opinions about products, services and issues. Planetfeedback is directed to service companies, government…
Cable network Court TV has picked up two crime Web sites, consolidating its grip on crime-related news both on- and off-line.
If you're looking to get a primetime TV show on the air these days, you might want to consider first shopping your project to a network's inhouse production unit.
Millions of American consumers say they go online and watch TV at the same time. Bridging the gap between the two is the goal of new media technology.
With the National Assn. of Television Programming Execs market in Las Vegas looms less than two weeks away, distribs are locking up clearances for their new and returning syndie shows.
Media and publishing giant Prisa has become Spain's first communications company to set up a U.S. production company, targeting the increasingly rich U.S. Hispanic market. Plural Entertainment, a…
This year, the Producers Guild of America will embark on its freshman venture to NATPE with plans to promote membership to producers in all media.
Tony Hall, head of news for 10 years at the BBC, is stepping down to become exec director of London's Royal Opera House. Hall was beaten to the post of BBC director general last year by Greg Dyke…