New York Times chief movie critic A.O. Scott has signed on to host weekly two-minute movie review segs on the Discovery Times Channel.
Network sales execs and media buyers will probably want to cancel their Memorial Day plans, with this year's upfront selling market looking like it's going to extend through the holiday -- if it even…
After two years, Tony Krantz's Flame TV and Warner Bros. TV are going their separate ways.
Biz veteran Daryl Duke has been tapped to receive the John Drainie Award at the Banff Television Festival.
Just 10 days into the merger of NBC and Universal, the international distrib arms of the two companies pulled together plans to mount joint viewing sessions during the L.A. Screenings event.
Calling it "the worst-kept secret in the business," Tom Freston, chairman of the MTV Networks, finally unveiled Logo, a cable network aimed at gays and lesbians.
Tuning In: Moguls like Richard Branson and Mark Cuban follow the Donald into the reality realm.
Fox News Channel beat its combined cable competish in commanding the most viewers during President Bush's primetime speech Monday evening.
"Dr. Phil" outdid himself during the week ending May 16, matching his highest rating ever of a 5.9.
They're bitter rivals, but as the season comes to a close today, CBS and NBC must settle for sharing center stage. In conference calls with reporters Tuesday, the Eye and Peacock nets each declared…