CNN's flagship financial newscast "Lou Dobbs Moneyline" will jump to 6 p.m., where it will go head-to-head with CNBC's "Business Center," beginning Aug. 27.
Spanish digital terrestrial pay TV operator Quiero is facing a crisis after media group Planeta revealed that it will not take part in a 12 billion peseta ($63.2 million) capital increase.
Renegade TV broadcaster Jan Pachul is going toe-to-toe with Canada's broadcast regulator after he refused to pull his unlicensed TV station, Star Ray TV.
Leading French web TF1 got into the reality TV race Saturday with the preem of its version of "Survivor," "The Koh-Lanta Adventurers." First episode took a 39% market share, the second (on Sunday)…
Pay TV supremo Canal Plus and Dutch cable giant United Pan-Europe Communications (UPC) are set to merge their pay TV units in Poland, creating the leader in that territory.
U.K. cable operator NTL has passed the 1 million digital TV subscriber mark.
Relative newcomer Amy Acker has landed on "Angel," joining the regular cast the WB drama. Starting this fall, Acker will be part of what will now be a core of five cast members. Thesp had appeared as…
The nation's favorite satellite saga took a surprising twist Sunday as EchoStar went public with a hostile $32 billion, all-stock offer to merge with DirecTV parent Hughes Electronics.
Bad news, Mr. Whaley: Frank Whaley is out as the lead of FX's upcoming comedy series "Bad News, Mr. Swanson" as the cabler revamps the pilot.
Artists Management Group's animation and family entertainment department has inked separate television deals with Sony Pictures Family Entertainment and Canadian TV network Teletoon.
John Leguizamo will be buggin' once more, as the actor-comedian has sealed a seven-figure pact with CBS to take another shot at the small screen.