Broadcast regulator the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission will force Canadian broadcasters to significantly increase their spending on home-grown drama and to increase the…
The Afterlife Panel explored how the syndication model for primetime TV series has changed. Today's viewing options, such as VOD, SVOD, broadband, repurposing, and video iPod TV, give audiences…
The NATPE panel "Think Tank: The Change Agents" discussed bringing "new media" and "old media" together to create new business opportunities for their content providers.
ABC has decided the best lead-in for Lorne Michaels' new laffer "Sons & Daughters" is ... "Sons & Daughters." Untraditional family comedy will be double-pumped Tuesdays at 9 and 9:30 p.m. starting…
ABC "World News Tonight" co-anchor Bob Woodruff and his cameraman Doug Vogt were in stable condition Sunday after being seriously injured when their convoy was attacked outside Baghdad. Both were…
Given the crassness of some reality formats, it's no surprise that "Let's Make a Baby" -- in which contestants competed to conceive a baby with a complete stranger -- was pitched at last fall's…
Last week's announcement that the WB and UPN would shut down at the end of August leaves several unanswered questions. For starters, while the two congloms begin ironing out the specifics behind the…
While broadcast execs are sweating what Congress will do next about indecency, cable's Here! Network is launching a movie series all but guaranteed to light up the FCC switchboard.
Disney Channel's original movie "High School Musical" gobbled up 7.7 million viewers in its premiere Jan. 20 -- the biggest audience in Disney Channel history.
Go ahead, say "The CW." You can almost feel yourself age as you pronounce the five-syllable mouthful destined to be the moniker of the new WB-UPN combo network.