With one latenight show after another halting production because of the writers strike, how are film studios going to trumpet their movies and get people into theaters?
The WGA walkout may have rendered the 2007-08 television season stillborn — but that doesn't mean the networks have stopped planning for the next campaign.
It took more than a decade, but TBS has finally thrown off its reputation as the "Andy Griffith Show"network.
One of the clear winners in a strike-saddled season figures to be Fox, whose already dominant "American Idol" will burst onto the scene in mid-January -- around the time most scripted series from…
CNN has tapped Newsweek Intl.'s editor Fareed Zakaria for a global news program.
It's been a while since the nets engineered a sweeps crossover stunt, but the first-time pairing of Gil Grissom and Jack Malone was a ratings winner Thursday for CBS.
Spanish telco Telefonica will launch the contents of Internet TV operator Imagenio, one of the most successful IPTV operators in Europe, on its market-leading mobile phone service Movistar.
Friday, Nov. 9 ended the first week of the 2007 WGA strike. It was also the night that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences held the Jack Oakie Celebration of Comedy in Film featuring Judd…
Pubcaster ARD's controversial TV two-parter "Side Effects" ("Contergan — Ein einzige Tablette") proved a ratings bonanza this week, with Thursday night's broadcast even outperforming a UEFA Cup…
Former Kanal 5 boss Manfred Aronsson has been appointed CEO for the Swedish arm of broadcaster Modern Times Group.
BAFTA is reinstating its award for current affairs television programs following protests from Blighty's TV community.
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