Showtime Networks is launching a block of gay-themed programming on its digital multiplex channel Sho Too.
TV's economic picture may still look fuzzy, but the convention of the National Assn. of Broadcasters drew a better-than expected crowd of station owners ready to deal and talk digital.
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ABC's Oscar broadcast was the worst-rated Academy Awards ceremony ever, but kudocast provided a ratings bonanza for syndie magazines, whose coverage of the event the week ended March 31 sent their…
Clear Channel Entertainment and Mexican media conglom Grupo Televisa are expanding their live-entertainment alliance into the U.S. Hispanic market.
Morgane Prods. and French/German broadcaster Arte have joined forces to co-produce a hourly latenight "Live From Cannes" transmission from May 16 through the end of the Cannes Film Festival on May 26.
The dean of cable-industry soothsayers predicted Wednesday that after a record 14% plunge in ad revenues in 2001-02, the broadcast and cable networks will together average a modest 5% gain in 2002-03…
Now that the Federal Communications Commission has given NBC the greenlight to acquire Spanish-lingo network Telemundo, the combo has drawn up plans to divest one of its Los Angeles TV stations.
New York PBS affiliate Thirteen/WNET announced Wednesday that ex-ITN anchor Daljit Dhaliwal and former assistant secretary of state James P. Rubin will host a new doc series, "Wide Angle."
Chrysalis has named Neil Duncanson managing director of Chrysalis Entertainment, the media group's entertainment arm.
Feature thesp Natasha Henstridge will sneak up on the Peacock starting this summer.