LG Electronics, like all the major TV manufacturers, is filling up its new flatscreens with iPhone-like programs.
Though Britain's royal wedding remains more than two months away, more American cable channels have joined the battle to rule the William and Kate programming empire.
Despite the biggest changes in the show's nine-year run, the beat goes on for "American Idol."
VH1 has not let the headline NBA trade of 2011 go unnoticed on its network.
Endemol Worldwide Distribution is expanding its international operations by opening offices in Miami and Moscow.
Sports entertainment agency Wasserman Media Group is expanding its media rights biz in Europe through the acquisition of U.K. firm Reel Enterprise.
Cartoon Network presented its first-ever Hall of Game Awards -- aimed at kids -- on Monday, and athletes got a chance to go Hollywood and strut their stuff on the green carpet.
As soon as the shock wore off, the execs and agents knew they needed to move quickly -- very quickly.
Ten Network announced on Wednesday it had sacked its chief executive officer Grant Blackley, effective immediately, and handed the reins of Oz's third ranked web to Lachlan Murdoch.
Justin Tennison of Discovery Channel's "Deadliest Catch" died in Homer, Alaska, of unknown causes. He was 34.
Jim Murphy, ABC's senior exec producer on "Good Morning America," is leaving the program for Anderson Cooper's upcoming syndie skein.