Voiceover: It was 25 years ago that the first official report outlining the contours of what has turned into a modern-day Bubonic Plague began circulating. The so-called Morbidity and Mortality…
Just when money should start changing hands in the annual ad buying rite known as the upfront, networks and advertisers have hit a snag.
When Bob Iger and Steve Jobs announced their landmark deal to let viewers download ABC hits such as "Desperate Housewives," the Alphabet didn't even bother to give its hundreds of local stations a…
Spanish webs Telecinco and Antena 3 have announced legal action after fellow terrestial broadcaster La Sexta confirmed Wednesday that it had sub-licensed rights to the Spanish team's World Cup…
Only two countries in the world export their TV shows with sufficient means, absolute conviction and enviable success: the U.S. and France.
A&E is to launch a third channel in the U.K. Its Crime & Investigation offering will bow on paybox BSkyB's this year.
Ben Sherwood, executive producer of ABC's "Good Morning America" is leaving the No. 2-ranked ayem show next fall, he said in a memo to staff on Friday.
Hollywood has lost nearly a quarter of its TV pilot production since last year, lured away by lucrative incentives offered by Canada and cities such as Gotham.
ABC Family has greenlit a series of Internet-exclusive episodes that will serve as a prequel to its top-rated original series "Wildfire." Lionsgate and Piller/Segan will produce the Webisodes, which…
ABC has canceled its purchase of the summer reality skein "Buy It Now," but announced plans Thursday to administer "The Con Test." "Buy It Now" revolved around families looking to fulfill their…
So is "Deadwood" officially dead? That depends, apparently, on whom you ask. "Deadwood" creator-exec producer David Milch made his most definitive statement yet this week, telling TVGuide.com that he…