The Bristol, Conn.-based cabler is offering more games --college and pro -- than ever but has seen its viewership decline. Over the past 12 months, ratings are down 14%. Over at ESPN2, the sister net…
Pretty soon, cable subscribers may not have to pony up extra monthly fees to hear the f-word tossed around in casual conversation on an original action series or to see R-rated-type nudity and…
They'll still be yanking people out of quicksand on TBS, pulling pranks on unsuspecting saps on VH1 and debunking conspiracies over on TNN, but some things on cable have changed.
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Mary Whitehouse, the U.K.'s iconic guardian of TV morality, died Nov. 23 at her nursing home in Colchester, Essex.
The Sci Fi Channel has purchased one of its rare network-window movies, agreeing to share the rights with a broadcast net to Columbia Pictures' teen horror pic "The Forsaken."
HBO Pictures has signed Christian Darren to write an original teleplay about Philo Farnsworth, the little-known electrical engineer who invented television.
CBS has virtually wrapped up the November sweep in overall audience but NBC and Fox enter the final three nights in a neck-and-neck battle for the adults 18-49 crown.
The Sundance Channel has signed to do the exclusive U.S. cablecast of the European Film Awards for the fourth straight year.
After a long delay, the Federal Communications Commission has complied with a court ruling and erased from the books a regulation requiring cablers to scramble sexually explicit programming.
Five syndicated rerun series -- Columbia TriStar TV's "Seinfeld," Warner Bros. TV's "Friends," King World's "Everybody Loves Raymond," Paramount TV's "Frasier" and Twentieth TV's "King of the Hill"…
French cable and satellite TV channels had revenues of 5 billion francs ($668 million) in 2000, up 28% from the previous year, according to an annual report.