Pakistani cable operators called off what was supposed to be a seven-day strike after just three days on Aug 26.
With no end in sight to the reality TV tidal wave, actors and writers have been in a tizzy. But there is one unscripted skein that may ease the worries of white-knuckled SAG and WGA members.
While communist propaganda hasn't exactly returned to Germany's airwaves, East German chic is definitely back in fashion.
The IFA, Europe's largest consumer electronics fair, opened to good news Friday as signs of an economic recovery and record numbers of exhibitors boosted hope for a strong market response to the…
In a surprise move, Alastair Campbell, the U.K. government's director of communications, handed in his resignation Friday mid-way through the Hutton inquiry into the government row over the BBC's…
Russia's former media magnate Vladimir Gusinsky was released on bail from a Greek jail Friday. He must post a bond of €100,000, ($110,000) and remain housed an Athens hotel while he waits for a…
Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott nabbed a pair of MTV moonmen Thursday night, video of the year and hip-hip video, for her musicvid "Work It."
Former "X-Files" showrunner Frank Spotnitz is looking to bring both law and order to primetime, setting up a crime drama at CBS and a legal franchise for FX.
The National Assn. of TV Program Executives has added six members to its board of directors, choosing them with an eye to covering the bases of all the various media categories to which NATPE caters.
Sundance Channel and Loews Entertainment have pacted with Newmarket Films to theatrically expand the four titles in its Sundance Film Series.
It was 10 years ago on this date that David Letterman moved his show from NBC to CBS, but the latenighter will have to wait until a network primetime special in February to blow out his anniversary…