The summer season's dominant aesthetic trend is clear: the melding of the documentary and the drama series. Just two days after NBC premiered "Crime & Punishment," its real-life "Law & Order," ABC…
Canal Plus has sold its 50% stake in Canal Digital to Telenor, making latter the sole owner of the Nordic digital TV platform, in a €290 million ($270 million) deal.
The U.K. government's proposal to allow American media groups to own British TV webs is running into growing political opposition, and may fail to become law.
ABC's gone head over heels for the Go-Go's. The Alphabet web is developing a biopic that chronicles the rise of the Go-Go's as the first superstar, all-girl rock band in the MTV era. Project could be…
Cannes Film Festival fest topper Gilles Jacob has decided not to join pay TV group Canal Plus' supervisory board.
The Tennis Channel has delivered its opening serve, landing Time Warner Cable as its first customer in an unusually stretched-out 15-year carriage deal.
Four teams have applied for the U.K. digital terrestrial licenses freed up by the collapse of ITV Digital.
Chuck Dolan's Cablevision Systems won a skirmish Friday in its war against the New York Yankees' YES Network when a federal court threw out a class-action lawsuit by five Yankee fans seeking to force…
Top Capitol Hill pols overseeing the media biz are close to cutting a deal that would postpone the government's Wednesday auction of broadcast spectrum used by TV channels 52-59.
Billed as "The Weakest Link" meets "Fear Factor," new NBC challenge gameshow "Dog Eat Dog" doesn't possess the strengths of either. It's witless and, at least based on the pilot, strangely timid in…
The Ministry of Heritage has asked the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission to consider regulating TV and radio on the Internet, a move that could shut down the loophole that…