Cable television -- and most specifically, CNN -- was the big ratings winner Monday for coverage of the Democratic National Convention.
Dori Media Group has sold format rights for "Lalola" to Portuguese broadcaster TVI, expanding international sales of the Argentine comedy to more than 50 territories, it said on Tuesday.
Discovery Networks is continuing to reverse the course set forth by former topper Angela Shapiro-Mathes, who moved programming in the direction of general entertainment.
Ruth Cohen, who appeared more episodes of "Seinfeld" than anyone except the main stars, died Aug. 23 of a heart attack in Panaorma City, Calif. She was 78.
Matthew Chiavelli has been promoted to VP of broadband and mobile for the Sci Fi Channel.
The Fuji TV network has set the cast of the theatrical feature and TV drama based on cell phone novel, "The Red Thread."
It was only a matter of time before product placement took to the skies.
The Directors Guild of America has scheduled its 61st annual awards show for Jan. 31 at the Century Plaza.
Two cop series lead the race for the Geminis, the Canadian TV awards.
British Columbia television pioneer Geoff Theobald died Aug. 21 in North Vancouver, Canada following a lengthy illness. He was 74.
I am far from a political expert. (For that you should visit my colleague Ted Johnson's blog.) But I know great TV and it doesn't get much more emotionally charged than Sen. Edward Kennedy's speech…