Forget about pay-per-view for the next Mike Tyson fight.
In a deal valued north of $1 billion, Cablevision Systems and Sony Corp. of America plan to deploy an interactive TV service in New York next year that will let viewers watch video-on-demand, search…
Children's advocates and showbiz execs agreed Thursday to help TV writers take on the baddies of kidvid: Bullies, violence and the stereotyping of minorities.
Network lobbyists, participating Thursday in a panel sponsored by the Congressional Black Caucus, insisted that when it comes to people of color in primetime programming, the major webs have nothing…
In a deal that could radically redefine the broadcast network television business, NBC said Thursday that it plans to buy 32% of Paxson Communications for $415 million.
Latin American satellite TV service Sky will be the only system in Colombia to carry Saturday's Oscar de la Hoya-Felix Trinidad boxing match.
The European Commission confirmed at its midday press conference Thursday that it will authorize Open TV to operate in the U.K. for seven years.
Japan's Post and Telecommunications Ministry panel has recommended that the complete switchover from analog broadcasts to digital be delayed.
Former CBS prexy Kim LeMasters has joined Replay Networks as chairman and CEO of the digital video recorder service.
USA Broadcasting is expected to announce today plans for the debut of local sports and entertainment programming on its TV station in Atlanta in early November.
Imagine Television -- riding high on its grand slam last season with the WB's "Felicity," Fox's "The Pjs" and ABC's "Sports Night" -- has two hot development prospects set up at ABC with pilot…
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