For the first week ever, more households tuned to basic cable during primetime than the four major broadcast networks combined for the week of June 22-28, according to Nielsen Media Research figures…
With a quick settlement unlikely in the NBA lockout, execs at CBS and Fox have started seriously exploring the idea of launching a rival basketball league.
Daytime syndie talkshows took a Nielsen nose dive in the week ended June 21.
Digital TV will launch in Portugal in September following a trailblazing pact between its major cable TV service, TV Cabo, and Spanish digital TV operator Via Digital.
Rainbow Media, the programming arm of Cablevision Systems, has committed $100 million to launch a package of three local cable channels devoted to weather and traffic, education and entertainment to…
Network news insiders are falling all over themselves trying to figure out how Fox News landed a much sought-after interview with Princess Diana's brother.
"The Magic Hour" is due for an assist tonight from Fartman's alter ego, aka Howard Stern.
Robert Halmi Sr., chairman of Hallmark Entertainment, will be honored by the global television community at the Intl. Emmy Awards in November.
MSNBC is cutting through the usual development red tape by testing out ideas for new shows with live pilots.
Univision flagship KMEX Los Angeles dwarfed the ayem competition Monday with its live coverage of the second-round World Cup duel between Mexico and Germany.
Geraldo Rivera will host a second nightly program on CNBC when his new show, tentatively titled "Upfront Tonight," replaces the long-running "Equal Time" in the 7:30 p.m. timeslot.