Cablevision Systems posted a broadened third-quarter loss of $77.1 million on Tuesday, as the diversified cabler wrote off some player contracts at its New York Knicks pro basketball franchise. Red…
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi's TV group Mediaset went into the red in its third quarter and on Tuesday warned investors its full-year profit would be lower than in 2000.
Rupert Murdoch looks ready to join Liberty Media topper and longtime associate John Malone in an all-out assault on Leo Kirch's digital pay TV service Premiere World.
CNBC will replace "Rivera Live" with "CNBC's America Now," beginning Monday.
The Sundance Channel has picked up U.S. pay TV rights to "Margarita Happy Hour," helmer Ilya Chaiken's debut feature. The film will bow Jan. 4 as part of the channel's monthlong series "Inside…
The cable curse is over: HBO's "Sex and the City" was named outstanding comedy series by Emmy voters last week, making it the first non-broadcast show to win one of television's top prizes.
He might have been eclipsed by "Survivor" and "Friends," but at least President Bush boosted viewership for ABC on a Thursday.
CBS was the most-watched net Monday, a night that saw all six broadcasters have something to cheer about.
Nova TV investors, who have been in negotiations to buy the Barrandov film studio, may have seen their deal disrupted by the Nov. 4 arrest of Ales Rozehnal, lawyer for Nova general director Vladimir…
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For the first time since Sept. 11, Fox News Channel eclipsed CNN in households during primetime last week.
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