KTLA reporter Stan Chambers reaches one of the more astounding milestones in television history today when he celebrates his 50th anniversary with the station.
Holland Media Group (HMG) stands to lose as much as $5 million a year in sponsorship and advertising revenues if a new ruling by Dutch media watchdog agency The Media Commission is upheld.
Preliminary November sweeps figures for the Los Angeles metro market show KNBC making a clean sweep of the four major news categories for the first time in eight years, winning at 4, 5, 6 and 11 p.m…
After years of lobbying, Turner Broadcasting has finally landed a coveted spot for its TNT & Cartoon Network on Wharf Cable, the sole cable operator in this city.
In the wake of the sexual abuse and brutal murder of a 9-year-old boy near Naples, Italian broadcasters have agreed to ban scenes of sex and violence from daytime television.
The government released a discussion document last week that will fundamentally transform the country's broadcasting industry.
The European Commission has ordered media giants CLT-Ufa and the Kirch Group to refrain from jointly marketing their digital pay TV services.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (ATAS) children's programming peer group will tonight host the panel discussion "Is Anybody Buying?," providing an overview of recent network TV efforts in…
The Peacock web preened on the final night of the November sweep, Nov. 26, but CBS is poised to take bragging rights today for its first sweeps victory in households and total viewers in three years.
If you thought the U.S. was the only place where justice is administered by television, think again.
TV Azteca topper Ricardo Salinas Pliego has bought out the remaining shares owned by his investment partners, the Saba family.