Hearst has set the long-delayed bow of Cosmopolitan Television Latinoamerica for July 1.
Australian-American tycoon Rupert Murdoch is due to meet Italy's communications minister Maurizio Gasparri today as he lobbies authorities to approve his purchase of Vivendi Universal's ailing paybox…
Germany's RTV Family Entertainment and production company H5B5 filed for insolvency on Tuesday, both victims of collateral damage from the bankruptcy of the Kirch Group.
Scribe-producer Walon Green has pitched his tent at Camp Dick Wolf, sealing an overall deal with Wolf Films and Universal's network TV arm.
Whatever happened to the summer doldrums? The weekend delivered huge Nielsens for U.S. Open golf, a nationally distributed baseball game on Fox featuring the New York Yankees vs. the New York Mets…
The Federal Communications Commission livened up the broadcast industry Monday with news that it is re-examining the ban on dual network ownership -- which prohibits one company from owning two…
Early reports from Arbitron's Portable People Meter trials in Philadelphia show huge viewership gains among broadcast and cable outlets vs. Nielsen's diary and meter estimates.
AMC has hired cable network veteran Isabel Miller as its senior VP of marketing.
Many folks in Europe were too engrossed with World Cup soccer or enjoying superb weather to visit cinemas last weekend, taking some of the shine off "Spider-Man's" debuts and holdovers, while…
Twentieth Century Fox TV drama chief Scott Vila has turned in his suit and will try his hand as a series producer.
In a blow to EchoStar's Charlie Ergen, the Supreme Court on Monday let stand a federal law requiring satcasters to carry either all local broadcasting signals in a market or none at all.