Blighty's Carlton Intl. Media is refurbishing its huge library of movie classics, including "The African Queen," to take advantage of the DVD boom and high-definition TV.
Bruised and battered after a fall season from hell, network TV execs are no doubt hoping 2004 will be the year the Big Six bounce back. Unfortunately, 2003 was less a fluke and more likely a sneak…
Deborah Norville has signed up to host a talkshow on MSNBC every weeknight at 9 -- marking her return to the Peacock.
A new year always brings renewed optimism among ad sellers, and with the prospect of price-pumping events like the upcoming presidential election campaign and Olympic Games, broadcasters in…
There they go again: CBS and the New York Times rang in the New Year locked in a war of words regarding the Eye's recent Michael Jackson interview.
Time Warner Cable of New York City could strike a deal to renew Chuck Dolan's MSG Network, Fox Sports New York and two Metrochannels within the next month.
Football played a key role in the season's lightest week of television viewing, as every major broadcast net but NBC benefited from a pigskin push. And ESPN dominated among cablers with its weekend…
Hollywood, meet Randy Falco. NBC chair Bob Wright likes to joke that Falco has been in the witness protection program, hence his low profile.
Confirming the decline of reality formats in Spain, the final program in the third season of reality talent show "Operacion Triunfo" notched up just a 28% share, being seen by 3.9 million viewers.
Finland plans to expand its digital terrestrial TV services to reach 99.9% of the country, up from a current coverage of 72%. The extended reach is expected to push into high gear the sale of digital…
Coverage of the war in Iraq benefited several of the cable news nets, but none more than Fox News Channel. For the year, Fox News remained the only all-news outlet to crack the basic-cable top 10…