Gunmen got away with $10,000 ($9,500) from an American Express currency exchange in Disneyland Paris' Disney Village on Tuesday.
Specialty and pay TV is taking an ever-increasing bite of Canada's small screen pie, according to a report from government agency Statistics Canada.
Global tycoon Rupert Murdoch hits Milan today as he continues to scour Italy for partners in his merged Stream/Telepiu paybox, having had no success during his two-day trip to Rome.
U.K. praisery MaxWorks has become the TV division of Premier PR, the public relations firm created by the merger of Corbett & Keene, Falco Ink and Joy Sapieka Associates in September of last year.
Seven TV series created and produced by Stephen J. Cannell over the last two decades, including "21 Jump Street" and "The Commish," are coming back into the domestic marketplace.
Capitol Hill rushed through emergency legislation late Tuesday that delays today's scheduled FCC auction of broadcast spectrum used by TV channels 52-59.
Citing lack of a central repository for Hollywood's design work, a group of industryites has announced formation of a nonprofit Center for Film & TV Design.
Oprah Winfrey will join Turner Classic Movies' tribute to Sidney Poitier next month. Winfrey will narrate a short retrospective on Poitier's career and discuss the effect he's had on her life.
"Scooby-Doo" proved to be a small-screen ratings winner last week for the Cartoon Network. Net aired animated "Scooby" features during its Cartoon Theater block, 7-9 p.m., June 10-13.
Former Clinton aide and journalist George Stephanopoulos will be the sole anchor of ABC's Sunday morning show "This Week in Washington."
Shaq and Tiger helped NBC secure another primetime ratings victory last week, while Fox was making its own noise with the first two episodes of reality skein "American Idol."