The TV biz lost out on a bid to delay a Monday deadline by which major market TV stations and top cablers must begin offering narrative programming for the blind and visually impaired.
ABC's "Nightline" may eventually be replaced by a late-night comic, but with the announcement of the Peabody Awards yesterday, it now has the last laugh.
There's already some disorder in ABC's "The Court."
Milton Berle, the first major star of the television era and whose career started in vaudeville and spanned more than 80 years, died Wednesday in his sleep at his home in West Los Angeles. He was 93.
Discovery Channel India plans to pep up its image with adult-themed latenight programs.
Israeli cable channel operator Jasmine TV has launched pay movie channel Cinema Prime.
Free-to-air station Television Broadcasts (TVB) is laying off 48 employees, the most in its 34 years.
Germany's financially troubled media giant Kirch Group inched closer to the brink Wednesday -- it needs $200 million immediately or face bankruptcy in the coming days.
Ex-staffers at Russia's TV-6, the country's last politically independent channel, which went dark in January, won their bid Wednesday for a broadcasting license in a tense and drawn-out auction.
Carlton Communications and Granada have put their jointly owned ailing paybox ITV Digital into administration in a bid to save it from bankruptcy.
U.K. cabler NTL has warned it may burn through its remaining cash before it completes the planned restructuring of its crippling £12 billion ($17 million) debt.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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