Deborah Norville is leaving MSNBC, she informed her staff on Friday, concluding that she doesn't have the time to juggle two daily television shows.
Dire predictions of a lousy year for national and local spot ad sales have led New Line TV to offer its new syndicated theatrical-movie package for barter only, no cash.
"Desperate Housewives" and "Lost" have scored a resounding victory for fresh, high-concept dramas this fall, but another drama form is also thriving -- telepics.
What if God was watching ... NBC? The Peacock takes the prize for least Godlike network, according to the Parents Television Council, which analyzed 2,385 hours of primetime programming on ABC, CBS…
Canada's broadcast regulator has begun an internal overhaul after complaints from industry players that it has become ponderous and inefficient.
Viewers were glued to the finales of reality competitions "The Apprentice" and "Survivor" last week -- but reality's real battle is being waged backstage.
Revenues for terrestrial commercial TV stations and pay TV/pay-per-view/specialty channels in Canada both increased by 10% this year to C$2.1 billion ($1.7 billion) and $1.5 billion respectively…
Dutch media mogul John de Mol's latest stock-buying frenzy has triggered much speculation about what the Endemol cofounder is playing at. The answer, it seems, is soccer.
Mass-appeal Saturday night TV, apparently killed off by the lure of digital media and the reality boom, is back from the brink after years of high-profile expensive flops.
Eurotrack: I never imagined that Mick Jagger, Kate Moss and I would all be doing the same thing in the wee hours here in London, but by their own published admissions we all share the same nocturnal…
South Korea will establish a new terrestrial channel showcasing programming from independent production companies and modeled on Blighty's advertising-funded pubcaster Channel 4. The channel is the…