The two-hour premiere episode of "Blade: The Series," which chalked up good ratings for Spike TV on Wednesday night, will show up for free on iTunes through July 11. "Blade" is only one of a batch of…
The Writers Guild of America East and ABC have relaunched long-stalled contract negotiations covering 225 newswriters, editors and producers, who have been working for well over a year under an…
After more than 10 years of discussions, Brazil has selected Japan's ISDB-T as its standard for digital TV rather than Europe's DVB and the U.S.'s ATSC.
MTV Networks Latin America has launched LaZona.com, a social networking site for bands and music fans in Latin America.
Discovery Networks in Germany will launch DMAX in September in place of XXP, a free-to-air channel the company acquired earlier this year.
MSNBC has scrapped two hours of live programming in favor of taped segments in a broad revamp of primetime under newly appointed general manager Dan Abrams.
Charlie Gibson beat the "Today" show as he walked out the door. Rain-dampened "Good Morning America" farewell to its ayem father figure gave the show a rare ratings win over NBC's "Today."
Spike TV's two-hour kickoff of "Blade: The Series" attracted 2.5 million viewers Wednesday, making it the most-watched original series premiere in the network's history.
Gallic thesp Vincent Perez will reprise Vincent d'Onofrio's Det. Robert Goren role in the Gallic language version of "Law and Order: Criminal Intent."
CBS has reached a tentative agreement with its affiliates to share the cost of the NFL as well as revenues from the digital use of primetime shows. The agreement, negotiated with CBS' affiliate…
Hollywood studios continue to rack up deals for their primetime series with broadcasters abroad -- including in the traditionally tough U.K. market.