Rupert Murdoch has no intention of retiring anytime soon and does not think his children are yet ready to manage the News Corp. empire themselves.
A majority of 400 high-definition television viewers who recently watched John Glenn's return to space at Boston's Museum of Science deemed the experience "spectacular."
Local cable operators are fighting the proposed merger of Zee TV and Star TV. The 45,000 domestic cable operators told the Information and Broadcasting Ministry that the merger would result in a…
After only three months on the air, Rainbow Media has rolled out its three MSG Metro channels to almost all of Cablevision Systems' 2.5 million subscribers in the New York area.
ABC led the networks with most wins at the 14th annual Shine Awards last week at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles.
ESPN veterans Keith Olbermann and Chris Myers will reunite in January to host the nightly sports roundup show on Fox Sports Net.
Though down a hefty 27% from last year, the season premiere of "The X-Files" has given Fox a big enough boost to possibly tie NBC for the Nov. 2-8 primetime Nielsens week in adults 18-49.
The board of directors of the Intl. Council of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences has elected nine new directors and 16 new associates.
Silvio Berlusconi's TV group Mediaset and Germany's Kirch Group are discussing the creation of a joint venture involving Kirch's German commercial web SAT1, one of Mediaset's three terrestrial…
Twentieth Century Fox Television has upped Lisa Harrison to director of comedy development, in a move designed to broaden the studio's roster of writers working outside the TV mainstream.
Declaring that it doesn't want to blur the line between news and entertainment, ABC has nixed plans for an Oliver Stone special that was to deal, in part, with the controversial theory that a Navy…