When the government deregulated the city's pay TV market in December, many people believed one-time monopoly player Cable TV would soon be toast. But it is emerging as a good bet.
Strong perfs on Sunday night proved the difference for Fox and ABC last week as the nets rallied for narrow ratings victories in young adults and total viewers, respectively.
In one of the more unusual international TV tie-ups in recent times, Europe's oldest broadcasting festival is getting into bed with the industry's biggest program market.
Dick Wolf's high-profile foray into syndication, reality crime show "Arrest & Trial," is poised to end with the conclusion of the 2000-01 TV season.
"Pop Up Video" producer Paul Leo has jumped ship -- only to land VH1's first "Pop Up Movie." Leo, a member of VH1's "Pop Up Video" creative team from its inception, will leave the production next…
Raffaella De Laurentiis' NBC miniseries "Uprising" will begin shooting at Bratislava, Slovakia's Koliba Film Studio on March 15, continuing the studio's revival under new owner First Guarantor.
Mail ballots are due by noon Friday from members of the Screen Actors Guild for the seventh annual SAG Awards.
While Election 2000 may have been tortuous for the American citizenry, it brought local TV stations a record-breaking $771 million in political ad revenues, according to a study released Tuesday by…
Fallout from the pact between German media giant Kirch and cash-strapped kidvidder EM.TV continues as former Kirch exec Rainer Huther has been appointed EM.TV's chairman of sales and marketing.
Discovery Channel has launched its First Time Filmmakers project for Asia, continuing its hunt for programming of local relevance.