Syndie players are scurrying to come up with creative ways to survive -- and hopefully thrive -- as their station clients continue to face one of the worst periods in their history.
While the syndie business is changing, there will be business. Syndicators have begun meeting with stations about a handful of projects, albeit a smaller handful than usual.
Who Wants to Watch a "Millionaire"? Apparently just 10 million gray-haired viewers, compared with the almost 30 million of all ages that tuned in at the ABC gamer's peak.
The government is planning the first broadcast license sale in 40 years, tripling the number of stations to 90.
Alex, a punk-chic 20-year-old, blinks back tears and hits the stage. It's his moment. Maybe his last moment. He has just been voted off Spanish reality talent show "Operacion Triunfo."
Can John Malone do for ailing paybox Premiere World what German TV titan Leo Kirch can't?
The government's plan to overhaul media ownership regulations may be too little, too late for No. 1 commercial web ITV, which has hit hard times.
A prominent Washington trustbuster who most recently headed up the Federal Trade Commission assailed the proposed EchoStar/DirecTV merger Tuesday, saying it would create a "virtual perfect monopoly"…
Struggling Czech station TV3 ceased broadcasting Sunday after the Czech Broadcasting Council ruled it had been operating illegally for a month.
The take-up for digital satellite high-definition television, launched Dec. 1, 2000, has disappointed the local industry.