Thirty-seven-year-old Vicente, an endearingly novice angler, plunges into the river. He's got the tackle. Pity about the moves. He casts. His line drifts haplessly past a passing trout. He cringes…
NBC Universal is donating $1.5 million to the Paley Center for Media, targeting the fund toward the center's campaign to reinvent itself for the digital age.
Jimmy Kimmel has once again been tapped to host the American Music Awards.
Liberty Media's Starz Media has inked a deal to digitally distrib its library of anime movies and TV shows on Microsoft's Xbox Live Marketplace and Amazon.com's Unbox.
Three years after a flawed report on President Bush's Vietnam-era military service put a virtual end to Dan Rather's career at CBS News, the former anchor unleashed a long-threatened suit against his…
BBC digital webs BBC3 and 4 have escaped the ax, but the pubcaster must find ways to cut 3% from its budget over the next five years to save $4 billion.
Tonight, finally, after all the hubbub is the the first episode of the controversial CBS series "Kid Nation." We’ll finallly get to see — through the prism of editing, of course — how these tykes and…
Maury Povich has hired his first correspondent. New York radio personality Egypt won't be going to Iraq, exactly, but she will host a number of exposes.
"Chuck" possesses modest charm, impressive stunt work and a mildly appealing reluctant hero. NBC has wisely positioned the show adjacent to "Heroes," where this slick but shallow hour should have a…
"The Big Bang Theory" doesn't conjure up many big laughs, but its colliding elements do generate enough little ones to become another promising addition to CBS' Monday sitcom lineup.
On the final Tuesday before the start of the new season, CBS summer stalwart "Big Brother" finished strongly, while NBC's "Biggest Loser" grew in its second week.