Austria TV, a Euro-backed media player, has won the license for the first commercial terrestrial station frequency in Austria.
The federal chancellor's office has denied reports that German leader Gerhard Schroeder is actively seeking to stave off a possible collapse of the Kirch Group, which is teetering dangerously close…
Rogers Cable, Canada's largest cabler, has asked the country's broadcast regulator to end price controls in its largest market.
ATV has won its three-year quest for Austria's first private terrestrial TV license.
Although New Line and the WB were still discussing the fine print on Thursday, WB has agreed to pay at least $75 million for New Line's "Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" and its two…
News veteran and radio host Phil Shuman will join L.A.'s KCOP 13 team beginning Feb. 4.
Daytime TV does not an American make, at least according to President Bush.
Glen and Les Charles, the team of brothers that has won eight Emmys for writing and producing sitcoms, have been tapped to receive the Paddy Chayefsky Laurel Award for Television from the Writers…
"Strong Medicine" is set to become a third-year resident at Lifetime with the net ordering up another 22 episodes of the drama.
Army Archerd: Just for Variety
In its second week on the national syndie ratings chart, gaveler "Texas Justice" tied with "Crossing Over With John Edward" as the top-rated new strip this season in households.