Top TV scribes show no sign of bailing on their union -- even if they don't like where things seem headed.
It's a tricky time to be part of Vivendi Universal's trans-Atlantic operation. Stateside, the Hollywood studio has been jittery about the merger with Vivendi, despite a string of hits.
A federal court has awarded Cablevision Systems a whopping $29 million in damages in a case against Illinois-based distributors of cable decoders, the company said Tuesday.
Fox Broadcasting Co. responded Tuesday to a copyright lawsuit filed by CBS over the new reality skein "Boot Camp" by calling the complaint "frivolous."
A new reality show starring the international TV biz hit Mip last week: It featured global economic slowdown, broadcasters on tighter budgets, and fears of Hollywood strikes Also on tap…
TVN Entertainment, which distributes more than 40 channels of pay-per-view movies and events to cable- and satellite subscribers, has bought BET's Action Pay Per View.
Last week saw Sino-U.S. talks of a less explosive kind as Viacom chairman Sumner Redstone and MTV Networks Intl. prexy Bill Roedy met with China's President Jiang Zemin.
Univision, one of the nation's largest Spanish-language TV networks and broadcasters, said Tuesday it has inked a formal affiliation agreement with cable operator Charter Communications.
AOL Time Warner wants its MTV -- its own, that is. The conglom is kicking around a concept for a musicvid channel of its own in the hopes of emulating MTV's impressive $3 billion biz and its lock on…
Six months after commercial television was consolidated under Central European Media Enterprises (CME), the TV scene in Slovenia is changing.
Former ESPN topper Steven Bornstein, who most recently headed up the Walt Disney Co.'s radically downsized Internet division, has been appointed president of ABC Television.