Looking for a little bit of sex and violence with your entertainment fare? Flip right past the broadcast networks, which are featuring less of both, according to a new study. The Center for Media…
ABC execs were euphoric last spring, as "What About Joan" preemed to strong reviews and some of the Alphabet web's best midseason premiere ratings in years. Net execs promptly picked up the Joan…
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The life of Hannibal is heading for the small screen as part of the latest slate of projects from Teutonic entertainment outfit Victory Media and its Italian partner DeAngelis Group.
"I Want My Gay TV," screamed the title of a recent panel discussion in New York featuring executives of the two entities that are each brainstorming a cable network aimed at gays and lesbians.
When Hong Kong's government threw open the doors to new pay TV players two years ago, incumbent i-Cable Communications knew it would have to give up some of the territory it monopolized.
TV sports rights are still highly coveted despite the recession in Asia, and now new research has found that 64% more people watch sport away from home than cable data previously showed.
The cable world added one more planet to its ever-expanding universe when Fine Living launched last week.
South Africa's first commercial terrestrial station, e.tv, was the only channel to increase viewership in the second half of 2001 and is within two percentage points of becoming the country's…
KTLA reporter Marta Waller, who in May sued the Tribune station for age and sex discrimination as well as defamation after being stripped of her anchor duties at the station, has settled her dispute…
USA Network aired two versions of “Big Daddy” on March 17 –an unedited version at 7 p.m. and a version scissored for broadcast standards at 9 p.m. USA Network advertisements correctly stated the…