As the estimated 7,000 TV and radio marketers emerged from Promax/BDA '99, many were still grappling with a basic truism: The Internet is the key marketing avenue of the future.
Canuck regulator the Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has unveiled a wide-ranging new policy for the Canadian TV industry that significantly loosens the rules for…
The FX cabler has picked up the off-network rights to the Chris Carter drama "Millennium," which was recently canceled after three seasons on Fox.
U.S. Hispanic net Telemundo and Mexican broadcaster TV Azteca have formalized their relationship with a multiyear co-production and programming-sharing agreement.
The two-hour "MTV Movie Awards" primetime special on June 10 racked up the highest numbers in the eight-year history of the annual event, scoring a 6.4 rating in cable homes.
Randy Quaid and Whoopi Goldberg have been cast in Robert Halmi's Emerald Isle extravaganza, "Leprechauns," set to air as a four-hour NBC miniseries in November.
Clara Bow's life reads like a Hollywood script, rife with tragedy and triumph and enough scandal to make even Madonna blush. In this biography from executive producer Hugh M. Hefner, Bow's film…
Playboy TV Networks is going after the Hispanic market in the U.S., creating a 24-hour Spanish-language channel beginning Aug. 1 called Playboy TV En Espanol.
Cable programmers have been warned they will have to innovate as well as Internet companies such as Amazon.com to keep their businesses growing.
Showtime weighs in on millennium fever with "In the 20th Century," a docu series that neither informs nor enlightens, despite the game efforts of six established directors. Each episode is supposed…
Loud-mouthed campaigns for Emmys often succeed, although they're not always essential. The two stars who've won the most trophies -- Mary Tyler Moore and Ed Asner (seven each) -- never took out a…