Pay TV network M-Net today willlaunch the first channel in Africa featuring nonstop music catering to the 16-to-24-year-old black market.
Warner Bros. TV has inked a two-year, seven-figure production and development deal with writer/producer Deborah Joy LeVine.
Thailand's economic crisis has forced pay TV networks Intl. Broadcasting Corp. (IBC) and UTV Cable Network to confirm plans to merge.
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CBS has picked up the back nine episodes of its freshman comedies "George & Leo" and "The Gregory Hines Show," even though neither show has earned stellar ratings out of the box.
A rival bid for Lin Television Corp. threatens to spoil plans by Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst to acquire the coveted station group in a $1.7 billion deal.
Most of television's Golden Era is lost forever --- thrown out with the trash or, literally, dumped at sea --- according to a five-volume study released by the Library of Congress Thursday.
Echostar has filed a complaint at the Federal Communications Commission against Cablevision Systems' programming arm Rainbow Programming, claiming the programmer is charging "discriminatory rates"…
In a speech about TV's social responsibility, Vice President Al Gore on Thursday lauded ABC's sitcom "Ellen" for helping "open minds and hearts."
Nicholas Bingham, president-international of Sony Television Entertainment and a well-known figure on the global TV scene, is resigning, effective the beginning of November. He will be replaced, but…
Four U.K. cable operators have inked a pay-per-view movie deal with Warner Bros., the first time a Hollywood studio has bypassed satcaster British Sky Broadcasting, the cable industry's key…
After plunging the Peacock to record-low ratings, the Wednesday night sitcom "Built to Last" was canceled and "The Tony Danza Show" was yanked from the schedule for the November sweeps, the network…