Starz owns the pay TV rights to “Bad Santa.” Information was incorrect in the March 17 paper.
Local TV station groups not owned by big conglomerate parents face a "slow and painful death'' as ad dollars continue an inexorable shift from local to national broadcast and cable, according to a…
Canuck finance minister Ralph Goodale has made good on Prime Minister Paul Martin's promise to restore coin to the Canadian Television Fund, slashed from C$100 million ($75 million) to $56 million…
The Los Angeles Australian Film and Television Assn., with the charming acronym LAAFTA, has changed its moniker to the shorter Australians in Film.
Court TV has ordered additional episodes of "Psychic Detectives" and "Masterminds," two investigative series that launched on the network in February.
In an effort to ward off any attempt by Congress to regulate industry content, National Cable & Telecommunications Assn. prexy Robert Sachs announced a new initiative Tuesday to educate parents about…
The Fox network is not without its primetime problems, but it's nothing a little extra "American Idol" can't solve.
HBO's series premiere of "Deadwood" sat high in the saddle Sunday night, averaging 5.8 million viewers.
Freeview, Blighty's fast-growing digital terrestrial platform, is expected to match Rupert Murdoch-backed paybox BSkyB in terms of subscribers by 2007, when 87% of homes will have digital TV…
Expanding its presence in Southeast Asia, Australia's Southern Star has formed a joint venture in Singapore with Tony Skinner's Golden Globe Entertainment to produce formats and entertainment series…