Telemundo is challenging rival Univision's dominance of Spanish-lingo TV with more original novelas, more reality shows and some fringe benefits -- like the Olympics --- derived from its new owner…
SBS Broadcasting on Tuesday announced the reorganization of its Hungarian channel, TV2, and the resignation of TV2's CEO, Ferenc Tolvaly.
The continuing saga of doomed digital pay TV platform ITV Digital, which stopped broadcasting two weeks ago, took another turn Tuesday when English soccer bosses launched a $250 million lawsuit…
ESPN has launched a second network in crisis-mired Argentina and other countries of the Southern Cone.
NBC is making it look easy in the key demographic races of the May sweep, topping its rivals by considerable margins for a second straight week.
HBO's "Path to War" is a fascinating, superbly acted expose of U.S. involvement in Vietnam. Directed by John Frankenheimer and written by first-timer Daniel Giat, pic is sure to draw parallels to…
An Alphabet exec once told "America's Funniest Home Videos" producer Vin Di Bona that his show couldn't be killed with a stick. He was right.
ABC will try to climb its way out of the ratings basement with an aggressive fall lineup that balances the net's need for massive changes while maintaining as much sked stability as possible.
CBS will add five dramas and two comedies to its fall schedule, including high-profile hours from feature helmers Michael Mann and Jerry Bruckheimer.
Trio, the popular-arts cable network that Vivendi Universal inherited when it bought USA Networks from Barry Diller last year, has tapped Lauren Zalaznick as its new president.
ABC has inked comic Jimmy Kimmel ("The Man Show") to host a new post-"Nightline" latenight talker -- effectively killing the Bill Maher-hosted "Politically Incorrect."