Interactive television company Gemstar-TV Guide has purchased rival firm Aptiv Digital for about $16 million. Privately held Aptiv Digital was previously incarnated as Pioneer Digital Technologies…
HBO Archives and Thought Equity Motion have partnered to provide the online availability of "The March of Time Collection," an exclusive library of historic film footage from the documentary series…
ABC has pulled the plug on "The Great American Dream Vote," yanking the feel-good reality skein after just two broadcasts. Alphabet will replace "Dream Vote" with repeats of "George Lopez."
There she goes: Miss America has been given the boot by CMT: Country Music Television. Cabler told the Associated Press that it won't be picking up its option for the pageant, leaving Miss America…
Comedy Central is taking a page from sister net MTV, ratcheting up its international expansion in the hope of growing its overall biz. After the launch of nets in Germany and Poland, Viacom division…
The Travel Channel is taking its own business trip: The ad-supported net will move from Discovery Communications to Cox Communications assuming a just-announced deal receives regulatory approval.
Fox's so-called reality show about the idle sons of the filthy rich — "The Princes of Malibu," featuring David Foster's stepsons/Bruce Jenner's kids — lasted a whole two episodes in 2005.
International companies looking to buy Aussie media assets can start their engines: The government has announced that Wednesday will be the start date for its media reform package.
Sirius Satellite Radio unveiled a long-awaited pact to offer cartoons and other children's programming in the back seats of cars starting in 2008.
Since launching in 1987, Nickelodeon's Kids' Choice Awards have staked their claim as the "fun" awards, where stars ambush each other with emerald slime. But the KCAs are anything but funny business.