Ever since the arrival of "Pop Idol" in the U.K. and "American Idol" Stateside, television has been cranking out pop stars by the dozen as young unknowns have put themselves through the demands of…
If ABC Entertainment prexy Steve McPherson gets his way, TV's next desperate housewife will reside at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
E.tv's homegrown soaps may not cause much of a buzz onscreen, but the behind-the-scenes drama has all the makings of a hit reality TV show.
Ever since ABC/Disney decided to rejoin the National Assn. of Broadcasters, rumors have swirled that the other big TV nets might also come back to the organizational fold.
TV delivered over the Internet -- Internet protocol television (IPTV) -- has become a hot topic in the Oz market as telcos, terrestrial webs and feevees all jockey for position.
Hollywood's woes in China just keep mounting. Late last week Chinese authorities pulled the plug on Rupert Murdoch's plans to launch a channel via cable systems in northern China.
Beleaguered Iraqis have found an unlikely source of relief from the daily suicide bombings, insurgent attacks and disagreements over the new constitution.
Evangelist Pat Robertson's televised call for the assassination of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez last week managed to offend some people enough to complain to the Federal Communications Commission.
Monday night is getting an extreme makeover this fall, as Raymond is gone and action shifts to the prison, the kitchen and even the deepest parts of the ocean.
ABC's success last season was the shot heard 'round the marketing world -- and rival net execs admit they got the message.
Ron Burgundy: Drop the hot comb and pick up a minicam. That's what local news teams at Young Broadcasting's WKRN Nashville and KRON San Francisco are doing as they shift to the VJ, or video…