MADRID -- Never say never again. A year ago Maurizio Carlotti, CEO of Spanish broadcasting group Antena 3, declared he would "never" buy new key product from the Spanish producers then prepping rival…
Germany's iconic music show "Rockpalast," which has filmed close to 2,000 gigs played by bands ranging from Alexis Korner to ZZ Top, is celebrating 30 years in business.
Tuning In: Every day seems to bring another article or study regarding the nexus of television and technology that recalls the New Yorker cartoon with "The End Is Near" sign.
The second half of its first season should be an interesting one for the CW, which has found its footing but has yet to take many big strides.
After the Bears maul the Colts (or vice versa) on Feb. 4, CBS hopes viewers will be up to see a little more blood spilt. Eye execs unexpectedly chose rising drama "Criminal Minds" to lead out of this…
The presidential election may be nearly two years down the road, but the TV biz is already salivating. A drawn-out race for the White House is sure to try the patience of the electorate. It's all…
Like an old re-run, Congress is once again rumbling about legislating against television violence. Good luck!
MTV China has upped Bobby Yuan as managing director of the MTV China 24-hour Channel with immediate effect.
Two weeks after its return, "American Idol" has already claimed its first victims. CBS has pulled comedy-reality skein "Armed and Famous" from its schedule, effective immediately.
The government will give the Canadian Television Fund C$200 million ($170 million) over the next two years, Heritage Minister Bev Oda announced Friday.
CBS has picked up "Babylon Fields," an hourlong zombie-themed hour described as a "sardonic, apocalyptic American comedy-drama where the dead are rising and as a result, lives are regained, families…