TV joins the bees and the birds in being a responsible sex educator, particularly when a parent follows up, according to a study to be released today by the Rand Corp.
Sony Pictures TV is teaming with film producer Barry Josephson to pitch a syndicated half-hour that will assign motivational speaker Pat Croce to visit people's homes, helping them to solve their…
Australia's film industry guilds have accused the U.S. of hypocrisy for lowering taxes to stem the flow of runaway production while seeking to limit the Oz government's ability to support its…
Nielsen Media Research signed all 35 Fox-owned TV stations to a multiyear contract, which includes People Meter service in nine of the top-10 markets.
Paramount Domestic TV has renewed "Judge Judy" through 2006 in the top 30 markets, covering 80% of the U.S.
The Cabletelevision Advertising Bureau has canceled its annual New York ad conference, slated for February.
After 18 months at the helm of the Hollywood-owned Premium Movie Partnership, Australia's leading pay TV movie channels, Jack Matthews confirmed Monday he will depart imminently for an unspecified…
When it comes to churning out plotlines, primetime is becoming a members-only business. A male member business, to be precise.
Strong performances by its 10 o'clock dramas, including "Third Watch" on its new night, have gotten NBC off and running for the November sweep.
Germany's TV broadcast of the 2006 World Cup appears to be in danger as Swiss sports rights group Infront and the country's pubcasters continue to haggle over the price of rights to the soccer…
Canada's National Film Board has inked a deal with the Japan Broadcasting Corp. to pursue co-productions and expertise in HDTV and related fields.