"Family Guy," set to bow this fall in off-net broadcast syndication, has now cleared 90 percent of the country, repping 150 markets. Distribbed by Twentieth TV, "Family Guy" is now set in 24 of the…
Los Angeles native Stan Chambers came to work at KTLA in 1947 and was joined there by Hal Fishman in 1965. Together, they have spent more than a century reporting news for the station.
ABC opened the May sweeps with a victory among young adults on Thursday, while CBS wasn't far behind and led in its target demo, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen.
The green light has been given for the launch of a U.K. free-to-view satellite TV service backed by the BBC.
Feature filmmaking in Los Angeles continued to cool but TV activity has amped up to record-setting levels thanks to reality shows. A 22% decline in off-lot feature activity during the first quarter…
The first major Democratic matchup on Thursday produced no major gaffes, no gotcha moments and little in the way of sparring. In fact, even as candidates tried to outline subtle differences with each…
Adult Swim announced it would add a seventh night of programming and several new series as it unveiled its programming at an upfront Thursday night. Among its new series is "Superjail," about a place…
Veteran Tunisian helmer Nouri Bouzid's film about the making of a terrorist works splendidly as long as the director sticks to the confused longings of an aimless young man who's vulnerable to…
There won't be much of a honeymoon for incoming Lifetime prexy-CEO Andrea Wong. Wong -- who was officially named to the post Thursday, replacing Betty Cohen -- joins the femme-centric network just as…
After nearly three decades together, the four partners who own Canuck film and TV production company Rhombus Media are splitting up -- sort of.
KTLA general manager Vinnie Malcolm is the first to admit that his TV station is in transition. The decline and ultimate demise of the WB tripped up the station's primetime sked, which is just…