The NFL is poised to set off another explosion in the sports TV rights boom, closing in on contract extensions with CBS, Fox and NBC that by themselves would generate more than $3 billion in annual…
Many of TV's biggest hits rested in the week following Thanksgiving, a frame dominated by football and specs starring supermodels, country crooners and a certain red-nosed reindeer.
ABC Studios and BBC Worldwide Prods. are developing a potential ABC adaptation of BBC laffer "The Life and Times of Vivienne Vyle" that will have Chelsea Handler among its exec producers.
The Writers Guild of America East has come to terms with Tyler Perry Studios on a successor deal covering scribes on his TBS comedy skein "House of Payne."
Sony Corp. of America's chief financial officer Rob Wiesenthal said Tuesday that now is certainly not the time, if there ever was one, for the Japanese giant to split up its various businesses.
Cable providers, take note: Your sub fee for AMC is probably going up.
Syfy has tapped a helmer for its upcoming vidgame-linked series "Defiance": Scott Stewart, best known as the director of two recent fantasy pics starring Paul Bettany, "Priest" and "Legion."
FCC commissioner Michael Copps, among the strongest and most consistent critics of media consolidation, said Tuesday that he will resign his post by the end of this month.
The survival of an entire cable channel effectively depends on the disposition of future TV rights of the Los Angeles Dodgers, reflecting how abruptly sports TV fortunes can rise and fall.
Netflix seems to have a lot more friends in big media now than it did this time last year.
TV executive Charles D. McGregor, who was instrumental in bringing landmark miniseries "Roots" to television, died Nov. 16 in Beverly Hills. He was 84.
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