Dutch anti-Koran film "Fitna" seems unlikely to air on domestic TV, with broadcasters lining up to say they will not take it. None are ready to accept demands by Geert Wilders, the politician behind…
Fox business-affairs chief Lee Bartlett is poised for a jump across the pond, where he's expected to join British broadcast giant ITV.
TLC has found a life-minded partner in Time Inc.'s Real Simple magazine.
Although seemingly conceived largely to push a new line of Hasbro toys (ah, children's TV and the bad old days), the soon-to-fadeout Kids' WB (on the CW!) delivers a credible new version of…
The results of Tuesday's primary battles may be causing angst among some Democrats, but the resurgence of Sen. Hillary Clinton in Ohio and Texas came as welcome news to the cable news outlets.
Chats with the women of "The View," Sarah Silverman, George Carlin and the casts of "Bones" and "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" highlight the spring lineup for the Paley Center for Media.
The Hallmark Channel and its Hallmark Movie Channel offshoot have engineered a renewal of their carriage deal with DirecTV.
"WELL, IT'S what I think!" This line, delivered with a cool, detached, laconic air by actor Stephen Dillane as the creative genius Thomas Jefferson, won a big laugh at the HBO screening of "John…
Country singer Naomi Judd, vocal coach Brett Manning and songwriter Aimee Mayo have been tabbed as judges for "Can You Duet," CMT's new musical reality series from FremantleMedia North America.
Factual TV producer Natural History New Zealand is buying a stake in Singapore's Beach House Pictures. Neither the size of the stake nor the value of the transaction was disclosed.
The theme this week is one that's repeated annually on "Idol": A finalist’s naughty past is made public. In this case, David Hernandez's stripper experience hit the Internet yesterday. David won't be…