Northern Ireland Screen has launched a low-budget production fund for TV drama or micro-budget features.
Watching this seg of "The Wire" is kinda like making Jell-O pudding (regular, not instant) when you’re at the the halfway point, when your wrist is starting to get tired of stirring but you can see…
You’ve got to hand it to "House" for perhaps the most unique promotion of the year – and no, I’m not talking about Hugh Laurie’s deadpan remark in character that he doesn’t need cable on Tuesdays…
New IMG Global Media prexy Chris Albrecht has made one of his first major hires, bringing on Rob Lee to head up programming.
Sunday's marquee match-up proved obligingly competitive -- but enough about Coke vs. Pepsi. America's national celebration of advertising gluttony for once couldn't overshadow the game. . .
As China struggled to dig its way out of the worst blizzards in 50 years, leaving millions stranded around the country, China Central Television said that it would include the crisis in its annual…
Appropriately enough for Super Bowl weekend, the WGA and the studios were driving toward the end zone, looking to lock in a strike-ending deal as early as this week.
Auds found ABC's "Lost" on its new night Thursday as the drama returned to action with strong numbers.
NBC's current programming department has taken over the Peacock's dwindling daytime division, which Bruce Evans will oversee.
Thursday's CNN/L.A. Times Democratic debate between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton pulled in the highest cable debate numbers in history by a wide margin.
Okay, this is just getting weird. For the third consecutive night, "In Treatment" on Thursday featured a storyline in which the client had no interest in getting therapy, but rather was simply…