TVNZ has found itself in a public relations quagmire that the Kiwi media have dubbed "The Strange story of Dr. Edwards and Mr. Hide."
It's hard to imagine any drama -- well, at least one whose title doesn't string together the letters "C," "S" and "I" -- making much of a dent in NBC's Wednesday warhorse "Law & Order."
The "Pop Idol" phenomenon is catching hold in Eastern Europe, where BK Telekom has picked up rights to the top-rating talent show for Serbia and Montenegro and TV Nova for Croatia.
Last year, Lifetime was at the top of the cable heap, the No. 1-rated basic network in all of primetime cable, harvesting bumper crops of women with its TV movies, scripted series and such rerun…
As widely predicted, no bidder has emerged for a second pay TV license here. StarHub Cable Vision, whose seven-year exclusive license expired in the summer, will maintain its monopoly in a market of…
TV syndication hasn't spawned any runaway hits so far this season, unlike last September's "Dr. Phil" from King World.
Actress Marlee Matlin says "jeers" to TV Guide, which has stopped designating which shows are closed-captioned for the hearing impaired.
Emmys' big winner wasn't a familial clan of mobsters or a quartet of sexed-up singletons -- it was an aging pavement-pounding salesman.
GE has a bold plan for taking the movie and TV business into realms of profitability only faintly before imagined: video-on-demand.
CBS is planning a "Big Brother" reunion -- on one of its sitcoms. With the CBS reality sudser having wrapped its fourth season Sept. 24
Lachlan Murdoch spent the evening of his 32nd birthday on Sept. 8 at a hillside villa overlooking Rome playing host to a drab bunch of Italian politicos to whom he proudly boasted that News Corp's…