Fears of possible strikes are not only rocking the production community: The blurb biz is upfront about its ad agitation.
Government plans to liberalize pay TV suffered another setback as a second new operator bailed out of the market, which some speculate is only big enough to support two or three players.
Stanley Tucci has signed to play Groucho Marx in "Love, Groucho," a CBS telepic based on the book by his daughter, Miriam Marx Allen, which provides an intimate look at the Marx Brothers leader…
Free-to-air terrestrial network Asia Television plans to raise $128 million by listing on Hong Kong's Nasdaq equivalent, the Growth Enterprise Market, within six months.
Bravo, which stunned the industry by ponying up $1.2 million an episode for reruns of "The West Wing" earlier this month, has inked a deal for eight theatrical movies from Columbia Pictures in the…
What does it say about teen viewership of the networks today when even the homes of "WWF Smackdown" and "Dawson's Creek" are down by double-digit percentages vs. a year ago?
Angry lawmakers said late Tuesday that broadcasters are the elephant in the room when it comes to skyrocketing campaign costs, and that there can be no fund-raising reform unless TV stations are made…
The WB hopes to get real in time for a potential strike. Speaking to advertisers at the netlet's pre-upfront development presentation, WB Entertainment co-prexies Susanne Daniels and Jordan Levin…
For shows that are on the greenlight fence, a threat of strikes could be good news. The reason? Investing in strike insurance wherever they can, nets are more likely to pick up shows that might…
A&E has negotiated its first-ever buy of a theatrical movie in its TV-premiere network window, laying out about $6.5 million for a 3-1/2 year license term to Columbia TriStar TV's "Finding…
In the U.S. and Europe it would be a minor miracle: Upstart Singapore channel TV Works has bought a huge volume of movies and series from U.S. majors without getting into a ruinous bidding war with…