The cable channel that sold for a bargain-basement price last month is suddenly the object of a tug-of-war between two prospective owners.
Any Super Bowl ad is a gamble, but DreamWorks Animation is betting a lot of chips on a 90-second spot in 3-D for March toon "Monsters vs. Aliens."
"NOW WE have 'hiltons people': No one even knows how they became famous or, more accurately, how they became famous for being famous."
Israel is taking its war against Palestinian militant group Hamas to the airwaves.
A Minnesota board has certified results showing Democrat Al Franken winning the state's U.S. Senate recount over Republican Norm Coleman, but a legal challenge probably will keep the race in limbo.
L.A. broadcasting vet Don Corsini has been named prexy and general manager of Tribune Broadcasting's KTLA-TV.
Greek company Antenna TV is looking to assemble a $3 billion war chest to fund a media spending spree in Europe, focusing primarily on U.K. companies.
The BBC has acquired exclusive U.K. rights to the second season of "Damages," the U.S. legal skein starring Glenn Close.
Mediaset's Telecinco ruled Spanish TV in 2008 for the fifth straight year, taking an 18.1% audience share.
Global production company Endemol has further strengthened its management team with the appointment of Martha Brass as deputy chief operating officer.
NBC warmed up for its telecast of the Super Bowl by logging strong ratings for Saturday's wild-card action in the National Football League playoffs, led by the overtime primetime contest between San…