Homer speaks! The voice actors behind Fox's "The Simpsons" have agreed to a new contract and will return to work this week.
Warner Bros. is the latest U.S. major to license its films to Foxtel Boxoffice, the Aussie pay TV platform's near-VOD service that launched March 14.
The topper of Germany's Kabel Deutschland, Roland Steindorf, is in a confidant mood. His company is set to become the second largest cable company in the world after Comcast if Germany's cartel…
A grim picture of the Canadian television and film industry emerged last week with the release of a study that indicates Canadian broadcasters pay the lowest license fees for first window rights in…
The war in Iraq may have heated up, but the news nets are giving peace a chance. Always competitive, the broadcast network news divisions and their cable counterparts have put aside their individual…
The Backlot: Ever notice that when politicians talk about "indecency" in the media, they focus on shock jocks or edgy sitcoms? When ordinary viewers complain about tasteless TV, however, I find…
Tuning In: George Carlin did a great routine about parents' stupid rules and children's unspoken answers. "No running in the halls," for example, prompted kids to think, "Where we gonna run? In the…
Telemundo is getting aggressive in its uphill battle against primary U.S. Spanish-lingo rival, the ratings behemoth Univision.
The hottest franchise on television is about to launch another of its spawn on the competish, and all eyes will be on where it lands on the fall sked. CBS remains tight-lipped regarding "CSI: New…
The Chinese broadcasting industry's governing body has issued new directives cracking down on programming that features violence and corruption in primetime.