African-American and white viewers continue to share more common ground in primetime, thanks to a dramatic increase in multiethnic ensemble series.
Could a peacekeeping mission to resolve ratings disputes between NBC and CBS be close behind? The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences' Board of Governors passed a resolution last week criticizing…
Timothy M. Gray: Reel Life
The 39th annual Mip TV will undoubtedly be remembered as the mart during which one of Mip's own men-of-the-year, Pierre Lescure, was toppled from his Canal Plus throne.
Despite the best intentions of studio beancounters, most thesps starring in network pilots this spring are getting as much as -- or even a little more -- than they have in recent years.
The government could shutter Canal 5 Panamericana Television and Canal 4 America Television after judges ruled last week that their former owners took bribes from discredited former President Alberto…
While individual star salaries were generally buoyant, studios did make some progress on talent costs elsewhere.
The life of Hannibal, the Carthaginian general who marched over the Alps with dozens of war elephants, is heading for the smallscreen as part of the latest slate of projects from Teutonic…
It's no secret that ABC execs hope to put the "family" back into the "family hour" next season.
Pay TV programmer and distributor Pramer bowed its revamped news net Politica y Economia (P&E) on April 15.
The economic climate for new cable networks is so bad these days that the founder of Moviewatch can't even give it away.