Cablers will shimmy up to the U.S. Supreme Court today to argue that they shouldn't have to pay market rates when using utility poles to wire a customer with Internet or phone service.
With news nets scrambling to position themselves to cover the war on terrorism, Fox News Channel has poached veteran CNN correspondent Steve Harrigan, who has been based in northern Afghanistan.
The Sci Fi Channel has engineered the biggest program commitment in its history, a two-year, 44-episode renewal of the network's highest-rated weekly series "Farscape."
Granite Broadcasting said Monday it has retained investment bank Goldman Sachs to look for a buyer for WDWB-TV, Granite's WB affiliate in Detroit, the nation's 10th largest television market.
Cash-strapped kidvidder EM.TV looks ready to part with its holdings in Formula One motor racing to Munich-based media giant Kirch.
This is the thinking man's spy show, the "Law & Order" of the new bunch of CIA/FBI-focused hourlongs that peer into covert worlds of espionage. "The Agency" had its premiere episode yanked due to its…
Spanish-language TV continues to enjoy growth despite the rocky advertising market. Univision Communications, the No. 1 U.S. Spanish-language broadcaster has sold $550 million in upfront advertising…
Canada's largest cabler, Rogers Cable, on Monday launched Enhanced TV, an interactive service giving digital customers extra information while watching the tube.
"The Farm," hot Scandinavian reality program maker Strix's newest format, is reaping heavy auds in Norway and Sweden.
Movies from Pixar Animation will be screened on U.K. terrestrial television for the first time, under a deal between Buena Vista Intl. TV and the BBC. Latter has acquired "Toy Story," "Toy Story 2"…
Court TV's "Shots in the Dark" provides an informative history lesson, a working primer on the challenges faced by crime photographers and a visual essay on the aesthetics of an unusual genre.