The state of economic affairs in Asia has not improved much, but some of the frivolity of the good old days is being revived by the PR mavens at Rupert Murdoch's Star TV.
The government of Switzerland has awarded European channel launcher SBS Broadcasting the country's first nationwide private commercial license.
In the latest skirmish between the top Asian music channels, Star TV's Channel V has released previously unconfirmed distribution figures that show it with more than twice the reach of archrival MTV…
Rhombus Media is teaming up once again with Don McKellar, writer-director-star of "Last Night" and co-writer of "The Red Violin," both Rhombus productions.
After months of anticipation, former WB entertainment prexy Garth Ancier was officially handed the same job at NBC Monday and will start May 10, one week before NBC unveils its new fall schedule.
NBC's second network showing of "Schindler's List" give the web a narrow Sunday victory in adults 18-49 and weeklong wins in both that demo and households.
Teen-film actress Rebecca Gayheart ("Scream 2" "Urban Legend") joins Brad Rowe ("Jello Shots"), Eddie Mills ("Push"), Dan Montgomery ("Red Dirt"), Marisa Coughlan ("Killing Mrs. Tingle") and newcomer…
In a first for the network, NBC has agreed to share the launch of the new Dick Wolf drama series "Sex Crimes" with USA Network in a deal tied to a long-term renewal of "Law & Order."
KCOP's live coverage of Sunday's Los Angeles Marathon handily beat the college hoops playoffs on KCBS, but fell short of KO'ing KNBC's pro hoops contest between the New Jersey Nets and the Miami Heat.
The title alone is a tipoff that this semi-factual dramatization is going to be one long slog through drearyville. Could CBS have come up with anything more trite and generic than this title…