Warner Bros. TV has tapped Nannette Diacovo veepee of legal affairs, and Odetta Watkins has joined the company as director of current programming.
"Dr. Phil" ratings hit a new series high of 5.4 -- just two-tenths of a ratings point shy of "The Oprah Winfrey Show" -- during the week prior to the February sweep.
Even as Fox's "Joe Millionaire" hit another ratings high, CBS held tough on Monday, with big timeslot gains for "CSI: Miami" boosting the net to its largest February sweep aud on the night in seven…
Cable stocks took a particularly hard beating Tuesday, along with the rest of the market, as fears about rising programming costs dampen growth prospects for the sector that had recently been…
A long-running court action brought against Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. by U.S. bondholders in the defunct Australian pay TV platform Australis has been settled.
Lucrative TV rights to German Bundesliga soccer are up for grabs after Kirch web SAT 1 passed up its first-buy option for the new season in an attempt to reduce the price by S27.5 million ($30…
Spain's cable operators filed appeals with the country's Supreme Court on Monday, calling for the suspension of Sogecable and Telefonica's just-confirmed pay TV mega-merger, claiming it threatens the…
Cable penetration looks set to grow in Yugoslavia, even as the Telecommunication Act due to become law in a few weeks will eliminate hundreds of outlaw cable channels.
Interactive web Neun Live, formerly known as TM3, is profitable after just two years, beating the advertising slump.
Fox has captured its fifth straight Monday in adults 18-49 behind "Joe Millionaire," while CBS led in total viewers behind "Everybody Loves Raymond" and "CSI: Miami," according to preliminary…
ABC has renewed its family ties with Michael J. Fox, picking up the pilot "Hench at Home," which the ex-"Spin City" star wrote and will exec produce.