Millions of American consumers say they go online and watch TV at the same time. Bridging the gap between the two is the goal of new media technology.
It had to happen: With no end in sight for the reality TV explosion in primetime, get ready for a slew of nonscripted options in the world of off-net syndication.
Turner Broadcasting has sold its money-losing World Championship Wrestling operation to FusientMedia Ventures, a showbiz investor set up by the executives who founded Classic Sports Network.
Leading Mexican broadcaster Televisa reported record upfront sales for 2001 of 96.3 billion pesos ($9.86 million). The 23% increase in peso terms is partly the result of advertising rate increases…
Bob Levi is planning to stick an extra checkbook or two into his suitcase before he heads for the Atlanta airport to board a plane to Las Vegas for the NATPE convention.
For almost 10 years, interactive television has been the Next Big Thing in consumer TV-watching.
This year, the Producers Guild of America will embark on its freshman venture to NATPE with plans to promote membership to producers in all media.
With the National Assn. of Television Programming Execs market in Las Vegas looms less than two weeks away, distribs are locking up clearances for their new and returning syndie shows.
Children's TV producer DIC Entertainment on Wednesday appointed former Viacom exec Steve Voleti as chief financial officer and former Wilshire Court Prods. veep Jack Angeles as executive VP business…
The race is on. Not the race to identify the fink in ABC's new reality series "The Mole," but rather the network-wide scramble to create a new "Survivor" -- that is, other than "Survivor 2." The…