Syndicated shows hit a summer sports snag in the week ended June 18, with many programs preempted for one or more days by a combo of U.S. Open golf, Stanley Cup hockey and World Cup soccer, as well…
AMC was sitting high in the saddle Sunday night, setting network ratings records with the premiere of Western "Broken Trail" -- its first original movie event. Opening installment of the two-parter…
Local telco giant PCCW is launching a mobile TV trial in Hong Kong. Conglom, which offers the much vaunted quadruple play of mobile and fixed-line phones, TV and broadband Internet, kicks off the…
Japanese webs are uniting to battle pirates who copy programming from digital terrestrial feeds to sell on the Internet. The catalyst is a survey commissioned in April by the Assn. for Promotion of…
Spike's first foray into scripted series is certainly a conceptual bull's-eye with the net's targeted young male audience; if only it were a better show. Picking up, unfortunately, where the "Blade"…
Brits have a lot to learn from their U.S. counterparts about making great TV shows even better, according to Paul Jackson, ex-topper of Granada America.
The surprise acquisition of Univision by a consortium including billionaire Haim Saban brought widespread relief at the Hispanic net -- but left many wondering what move rejected suitor Televisa…
Halle Berry has teamed with "Scrubs" scribe Angela Nissel to develop an HBO comedy series based on Nissel's two memoirs "The Broke Diaries" and "Mixed: My Life in Black and White."
Scout Prods., which produces Bravo's "Queer Eye," has promoted Tina Elmo to VP, branded entertainment, and hired Joel K. Savitt as senior VP, production. Elmo was the director of product integration.
Online video company Guba is the latest to jump on the Hollywood bandwagon, pacting with Warner Bros. to sell and rent movies and TV shows on its Web site.