Mexico's no. 1 broadcaster Televisa announced late Friday that the world's richest man was pulling his ad dollars, potentially costing the web tens of millions per month.
Public television advocates said a House of Representatives vote on early Saturday puts in jeopardy the budgets of hundreds of stations.
I don't normally draw inspiration from Lady Gaga, but I was intrigued last week when she announced she had become "a student of the sociology of fame."
CW has a new reality show premiering Feb. 23 called "Shedding for the Wedding," and in the previewed episodes, an overweight woman is pushed to exercise until she vomits.
It's been true for a while now that a certain kind of 30-year-old is just as excited about the new Transformers toys as his 5-year-old nephew, but at this year's Toy Fair in Gotham, that 30-year-old…
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Conservative government is locked in a bitter battle with the country's broadcast regulator and that has some worried the Tory regime is attempting to dictate…
Skyrocketing feevee growth pushed fourth-quarter profits for Mexico's top web Televisa to more than double, with net income up 181.8% to 2.62bn pesos ($213 million) over 2009's fourth-quarter $97…
On the face of it, the media's role in the events in Egypt confirms prognostications made by analysts since the dawn of Arab satellite news. . .
Many a recession has been followed by a jobless recovery, but those words have particular resonance in the media biz, where the loss of jobs continues to linger even as the economy starts to rebound.
For the NBA and its TV network partners, it has been a slam-dunk season.
MSNBC's Martin Bashir finally has a slot on the news net.