Small talk with hairdressers could be a thing of the past if the BBC's screens-in-salons experiment takes root.
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Three Hollywood studios have called in lawyers to iron out a dispute with the BBC, which is airing films unencrypted from digital satellite Astra 2D.
Rupert Murdoch is at last on the verge of realizing his dream of becoming satellite king of the world, after his acquisition of DirecTV in the U.S. and the launch of paybox Sky Italia.
Bossier bosses might have second-guessed Roger Ailes as he slowly but methodically fashioned the fledgling -- and much-maligned -- Fox News Channel into a powerhouse newsie.
"Tinseltown TV" covers U.S. movies, music and celebrities for auds in 80 countries, but the half-hour show is celebrating its first birthday with an unusual accomplishment: hitting the terrestrial…
Warner Bros., Universal and 20th Century Fox have reportedly called in their lawyers to iron out a dispute over the BBC's decision to broadcast channels unencrypted in a bid to save £85 million ($137…
Fox News Channel and the Congressional Black Caucus Institute announced Wednesday they have joined forces to sponsor two debates this fall for the crowded field of Democratic candidates jockeying for…
Donal Logue has joined the growing list of movie and TV actors who have come up with a new sideline: going on the air to comment on sports.
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