Nations represented numbered almost as many as trophies presented Monday at the Banff Rockie Awards, highlight of the Banff Television Festival.
CNBC anchor Chris Matthews is close to inking a new long-term deal with the Peacock-owned cabler that could result in his nightly "Hardball" yakker moving to MSNBC.
The Food Network has enticed Morley Safer and Martha Stewart to series berths.
VH1 has begun production on its second original telefilm, "The Ricky Nelson Story." Based on the book "Ricky Nelson -- Idol for a Generation" by San Francisco-based music critic Joel Selvin, the film…
DeForest Kelley, known to millions of TV viewers as Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy on the original "Star Trek" TV series, died Friday at the Motion Picture and Television Fund Hospital in Los Angeles. He…
Worries over rising interest rates and a recent court setback have sent cable stocks down an average of 21% in the past few weeks, ensuring a somber mood for execs gathering in Chicago today for the…
Universal Studios Networks unveiled plans Friday to launch its first pay TV channel in Spain, Calle 13: El Canal de Suspense Y Accion, a Spanish-lingo version of its 18-month-old 13th Street…
As the estimated 7,000 TV and radio marketers emerged from Promax/BDA '99, many were still grappling with a basic truism: The Internet is the key marketing avenue of the future.
Canuck regulator the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has unveiled a wide-ranging new policy for the Canadian TV industry that significantly loosens the rules for…
The FX cabler has picked up the off-network rights to the Chris Carter drama "Millennium," which was recently canceled after three seasons on Fox.
U.S. Hispanic net Telemundo and Mexican broadcaster TV Azteca have formalized their relationship with a multiyear co-production and programming-sharing agreement.