This year's rash of tragedies -- man-made or the work of Mother Nature -- continues to keep network programmers on their toes.
FX tried its damnedest to avoid what it knew were the pitfalls facing "Over There," one of the riskiest TV series ever set in motion.
Discovery Networks has decided to rediscover its roots. In 20 years, the cabler grew from a single channel to a multibillion-dollar global enterprise, which includes 16 networks -- owned by Liberty…
The title sounds great, but president of one of the Big Three news divisions is one of the most thankless -- and perilous -- jobs in media.
Tuning In: Back when he introduced his Fox News Channel program, Bill O'Reilly waged a charm offensive to woo reporters. Today, the lanky host claims he's shunning the print press, while presenting…
Last week's Cable & Satellite Broadcasting Assn. of Asia (Casbaa) confab tackled technology and piracy issues. Asia may be the land of cutting-edge pay TV technology, but execs at the confab made it…
Even with "CSI" in repeat, CBS dominated the primetime ratings race on Thursday, winning every half-hour among young adults, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen.
VH1 will pay homage to the people, moments and fads that captured the year in music, news, politics, arts and gossip during the net's fourth annual VH1 Big In '05 Awards.
Scribe Barbie Adler, whose credits include two of the most critically acclaimed laffers in recent memory -- "Arrested Development" and "My Name Is Earl" -- has sealed a rich, two-year overall deal…
Reality hit "Dancing With the Stars" will waltz back on the ABC schedule at midseason, replacing "Alias" on Thursdays for its second number. "Stars" will return Jan. 5 at 8 p.m. and run for eight…