Blighty's biggest paybox BSkyB will broadcast the Golden Globe Awards live for the first time.
Publishing giant Axel Springer said Tuesday that it plans to sell its 12% stake in European broadcasting group ProSiebenSat1 for more than E509 million ($749 million) to shareholders KKR and Permira.
The WGA strike has forced the cancellation of the TV Critics Assn. winter press tour -- another indication that the networks are digging in for the long haul.
Production is finally set to begin on a long-delayed TV version of Howard Zinn's landmark 1980 tome "A People's History of the United States."
KTLA has formally tapped Frank Buckley to serve as the new co-anchor of its signature "KTLA Morning Show" broadcast.
When it came time to schedule the new Farrelly brothers TV laffer "Unhitched," Fox didn't stray too far to find its focus group.
DirecTV has lost its passion for "Passions" -- but the NBC U-produced sudser isn't quite dead yet.
Casting director and talent manager Gary Shaffer died of cancer Dec. 3 in Los Angeles.
On Variety’s strike blog, our Season Pass panelist Cynthia Littleton has posted the results of a survey of the general public, conducted by research firm OTX, about the WGA strike. Results indicate…
Comcast and Fox Sports, co-owners of Fox Sports Net Bay Area, have made sure the San Francisco Giants won't bolt the network by selling the team a 30% stake in the channel.
The White House routinely denied media requests for interviews on global warming with any government scientists who did not completely support President Bush's views on the controversial issue, a new…