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.
Britain's position as the home of television "of unrivaled quality" is under threat, and its once world-class dramas are regularly outclassed by feature films.
UPN has what's shaping up to be the season's best-reviewed new comedy with "Everybody Hates Chris." Now the net just has to get viewers to watch.
Susanne Daniels, who shepherded such series as "Gilmore Girls," "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Dawson's Creek" as head of the WB's entertainment division, has been named president of entertainment…
E! Entertainment TV's Style Network has bought the rights to reruns of 180 half-hour episodes of "Ambush Makeover" from Twentieth TV, which distributed the series in firstrun syndication through the…
NASCAR's entertainment division has signed Madison Road Entertainment to help the association get more involved in movies and television.
ABC and TNT will share the network window to "War of the Worlds," together ponying up a license fee that could hover somewhere around $25 million.
Chris and Paul Weitz are reteaming with scribe Lorene Scafaria for a half-hour comedy about teachers set up at ABC via Touchstone Television. Scafaria is adapting the novel "Nick and Nora's Infinite…