Dutch interactive TV producer 2waytraffic is phasing out its phone-in TV programs in Europe, it announced Monday, as uncertainties continue over gambling rules.
A tornado touched down on Sunday's episode of "Desperate Housewives," and it helped the ABC series establish season highs and easily stand as the night's top-rated program.
The global ad market will grow by 6.7% next year, compared with 5.3% this year, media agency ZenithOptimedia is predicting.
The BBC has tapped one of its former senior programmers as head of flagship web BBC1.
Swedish web TV4 is to launch a Scandinavia-wide channel devoted to science fiction.
Pixar and its latest hit "Ratatouille" topped this year's list of Annie Award nominees, followed closely by Sony Pictures Animation's sophomore effort "Surf's Up."
NBC Universal has appointed Shigeo Yushita to head its pay TV ops in Japan, the company announced on Monday.
Gaia Online, a Web-based community for teens, is pacting with Sony Pictures and Warner Bros. to stream movies and TV shows inside of virtual theaters online.
It appears Paramount's "Indiana Jones & the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" will be making its exclusive pay TV debut on Showtime after all.
In the latest strike-related twist, more top-tier movie stars are available to work than at any time in recent memory, and a substantial number of TV stars may be poised to join them.
With both sides back at the barricades, many believe the writers strike won't be resolved until March at the earliest.