Instead of twiddling their thumbs in the face of dark soundstages, quiet phones and empty datebooks, network and studio execs are plotting ways to twist the Writers Guild strike into a positive.
'Twas Thanksgiving weekend, and all through the house...
The glory days of Nick at Nite as a refuge for baby boomers seeking to bathe in the nostalgia of sitcom oldies like "I Love Lucy," "All in the Family" and "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" may be coming to…
The writers strike is already bad news for the major networks -- and now, cable nets and other broadcasters are poised to take more bites out of the majors' already-shrinking slice of the overall…
France's largest private TV broadcaster TF1 is set to seek damages totaling e150 million ($217 million) against video file-sharing sites Dailymotion and the localized YouTube for copyright…
At this tough juncture for the TV biz, it might help the collective spirit to remember all of the good that people who prosper in this biz have done for the world at large. One of the most inspiring…
Sony Pictures Television Intl. has made its first move into the Dutch TV market, following an investment in Hilversum-based production company Tuvalu Media.
Bertelsmann's chairman and CEO designate Hartmut Ostrowski unveiled bold plans to hike revenues at the pan-European media giant by splashing out some e7 billion ($10.28 billion) on growth over the…
Warner Bros. Intl. TV Distribution has inked a new, multiyear output deal with Turkish distribber Saran Media.
Jeff Sellinger has been upped to senior VP of CBS Mobile. Sellinger, who's been VP of the unit since November 2006, will now have oversight of operations for the Eye's mobile business.
Marketing and publicity departments are already incorporating Golden Globe noms hype into their newspaper and television ads, hoping to pique the interest of moviegoers on the fence.