In a move to build its expanding operations, Admira, the powerful film and TV subsid of giant Spanish telco Telefonica, has named Gonzalo Sada director of corporate marketing and brand management.
Speculation is mounting that Bertelsmann's offer to acquire a 22% stake in Euro broadcaster RTL Group from Pearson may be turned down by RTL's independent directors.
In a deal that substantially shifts the balance of power in French satellite broadcasting, leading web TF1 has doubled its stake in platform TPS, becoming majority shareholder with 50%.
Due to the New Year's Day holiday, there will be no Tuesday edition.
The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists has filed a petition to represent broadcasters at WXYT-AM in Southfield, Mich.
Los Angeles just got a little less wired. For the first time in memory, cable penetration in the nation's second-largest market has dropped.
Hey, hey, hey! As 20th Century Fox readies a live-action version of "Fat Albert," the 1970s Bill Cosby cartoon already has made a comeback on the small screen.
EchoStar Communications has turned up the volume in its legal fight with Disney over its plan to drop the ABC Family channel from its satellite platform.
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The Super Bowl and the Winter Olympics are the must-see-TV of the sports world, and they're racking up surprisingly robust advertising revenues despite one of the worst economic climates in the last…
CBS' annual airing of the "Kennedy Center Honors," which saluted Julie Andrews and Jack Nicholson among others, saw a year-to-year uptick in the ratings Wednesday night.