The New York Yankees-controlled YES Network has flung a beanball at Chuck Dolan, telling a hearing of the N.Y. City Council Sept. 13 that it should consider taking away the franchise of Dolan's…
After a summer of speculation about what CBS will do with "The Early Show" and its anchor Jane Clayson, half of the mystery at least has been answered.
"The Lord of the Rings" trilogy is coming to video on demand. New Line TV, a division of New Line, the "Rings" distributor, has signed a VOD deal with In Demand, the dominant supplier of pay-per-view…
The WB tapped into some nostalgia on Thursday, as the series premiere of the net's "Family Affair" remake received solid sampling from auds despite lousy critical notices.
It's thumbs up for one series and thumbs down for another at Comedy Central.
Producer Bill Papariella and Denver-based venture capitalist Richard Bard have formed the film-TV production and management boutique, 9th Floor Media Holdings.
For the first time in the industry's history, Canadian cable companies have lost market share in urban areas, according to a report from government agency Statistics Canada. Meanwhile, direct-to-home…
A newly revamped Intl. Broadcasting Convention bowed its 26th edition Friday in the Amsterdam RAI convention center here with its biggest effort to date to lure in producers and other creatives to…
The Dept. of Justice has requested additional info on Univision Communications' pending acquisition of Spanish-lingo radio company Hispanic Broadcasting Corp.
Fallen Vivendi-Universal topper Jean-Marie Messier's infamous cry that "the French cultural exception is dead" has fallen on deaf ears judging from the frenzy at this year's French TV Screenings…
If the Hollywood movie studios held a secret ballot to vote on their favorite cable-network owner, there'd be no doubt about the result: Turner Broadcasting (TNT and TBS) would win in a landslide.