Shares in Charter Communications soared Monday after the cabler reported a narrowed first-quarter loss and robust growth in cash flow and revenue.
Cash-strapped kidvidder EM.TV has capped a year of reorganization by cutting losses, but its financial statement is still affected by high exceptional writeoffs.
Brit shows swept the board at the prestigious Rose d'Or international television festival on Sunday, winning 10 of the 15 awards including top kudos for ITV 1 reality show "Pop Idol."
The Writers Guild of America East has announced it has reached a three-year tentative deal with ABC covering 180 newsroom employees in New York and Washington, D.C.
NBC is off to a solid start with the final year of its pro basketball contract, as overnight ratings for the weekend's six NBA contests were up slightly from a year ago.
MGM Worldwide TV Distribution has promoted Simon Sutton to exec VP of international television.
Taking a thoughtfully low-key yet deeply compassionate approach to the hot-button issue of sexual abuse of children, "Close to Home" is by turns quietly horrifying and deeply saddening.
Multimedia conglom Globo is putting $200 million in assets on the block after steep losses in its broadcast and pay TV operations last year.
Pubcasting science staple "Nova" has teamed up with ABC News to provide science and technology content under the banner "Nova News Minutes."
U.S. cable mogul John Malone has joined the growing list of investors eyeing bankrupt German media giant Kirch Group: Reps of his Liberty Media are expected to meet Kirch execs in Munich this week.
"Tumbleweeds" producer and director Gavin and Greg O'Connor, via their Solaris production shingle, have optioned film rights for "TV: A Novel," the first novel by former sports writer Brian Brown.