Viewers won't be checking into "The Seven Roses" this fall: Paramount Network Television has instead pushed the CBS comedy pilot, set in a family-run hotel, back for midseason consideration.
The story of Russia's only politically independent broadcaster, NTV, has a new twist: Germany's Kirch Group is reportedly in talks with Gazprom Media, which snatched control from founder Vladimir…
Scott Bakula has agreed to replace Burt Reynolds as the lead on the ATG comedy pilot "Late Boomers" for CBS.
Steven Bochco's "Blue" blues are apparently over. The "NYPD Blue" producer and 20th Century Fox have struck a deal with cable nets Court TV and Turner Network Television for the show's off-net run.
MGM has struck a TV-window pact for its "Heartbreakers" laffer with NBC, Turner and Comedy Central that an insider said approaches $10 million -- well north of the normal return on small-screen…
Vivendi Universal and the RTL Group could take over bankrupt Swiss sports rights marketer ISMM, which owns worldwide rights to the 2002 and 2006 soccer World Cup, for the symbolic price of one Swiss…
Despite an acquisitions-fueled sales surge, radio behemoth Clear Channel Communications posted a broadened first-quarter loss Thursday amid a fall-off in pro forma revenue due to economy-slackened…
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Canuck broadcaster Corus Entertainment posted major-league revenue gains in the second quarter and first six months thanks to strong perfs by its pay TV outlets and radio stations.
As broadcasters who launched on the stock market in the last six months continue to watch their stock prices fall, others are rethinking their IPOs even though the market in general is recovering.
Cabler Cox Communications posted a 36% drop in first-quarter net income due to costs from system upgrades to allow the rollout of deluxe services.