Veteran journalist and documentarian Bill Moyers will anchor "NOW With Bill Moyers," an hourlong weekly news program on PBS, beginning Jan. 18.
The TV business got a giant wake-up call in 2001. Now the industry better answer it.
Longtime ABC exec Stu Bloomberg is leaving the Alphabet web as part of an exec shuffle that will see the elevation of movies and minis topper Susan Lyne to a new gig as head of programming.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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The BBC has announced it will launch its two new kids TV channels Feb. 11, earlier than expected.
In a world where everything seems to be constantly shifting, it's nice to know that some things never change. After all the shifts the world went through last year, one constant remained: showbiz's…
BBC World's new -- and likely controversial -- docu series "Commando," which was to debut New Year's Day, has been temporarily postponed.
Monika Lindner has become the first woman to head Austrian pubcaster ORF, the dominant force in a country with little commercial TV.
Russia's independent TV channel TV-6 won its second court victory in days Thursday when a Moscow court dismissed legal claims from a minority shareholder that the company's director general had been…
New syndie projects were falling into place Friday in advance of the National Assn. of Television Program Execs confab later this month.
A blowout in Thursday's college football championship capped a week of disappointing pigskin ratings for ABC, the exclusive carrier of the Bowl Championship Series contests.
"The AFI Awards," the latest primetime addition to the crowded kudocast season, got off to a slow start Saturday night on CBS.