Michael T. Rodriguez has been named vice president and general manager of Telemundo station WSCV Miami.
A steamy love story about a senior citizen couple in their 70s has produced a new round of controversy over South Korea's film rating system.
Here are some of the syndicated talkshow projects in the works for next year:
Will Harrison Ford play one of the miners? As the captain of "K-19: The Widowmaker" knows all too well, a movie about men trapped underground in the dark is no sure thing -- even if it's inspired by…
Seven years after Aussies tuned into pay TV, penetration lags at a lowly 23% -- something the new management team at the Premium Movie Partnership is determined to change.
Ten hourlong Aussie dramas are underpinning network TV skeds, heralding a renaissance for local drama.
Surprising as this may seem, history is riding high as the cool new subject for event-style documentaries that pull in mass audiences.
Liberty Media's acquisition of Dutch cabler Casema Aug. 1 boosted topper John Malone's dream of building a pan-European cable empire, but it is still an open question whether the media mogul will…
Asia's two key television trade shows are wooing budget-conscious broadcasters by taking place in Singapore on overlapping dates.
Singapore Cable Vision has been swallowed up by telco StarHub and is being ditched as a brand.
Elvis isn't the only King who refuses to go away. Fox's animated family comedy "King of the Hill" also has stuck around much longer than anyone expected.