TBS is convinced there are armies of young adults surfing their TV sets for offbeat shows post-midnight.
Affiliates on Wednesday once again urged the Federal Communications Commission to punish the Big Four for lording over local programming and station business.
Deutsche Telekom and Liberty Media moved Wednesday to quash rumors that their $5 billion cable deal may be in jeopardy as Liberty topper John Malone frets about possible interference by German…
The Cartoon Network has found its new top executive from the ranks of its online division: Jim Samples.
Cable subscribers don't usually look to the Discovery Channel for a hard-edged look at homeless squatters who camp out in the recesses of subway tunnels beneath the streets of New York.
Liz Warner, the Channel 4 commissioning editor responsible for hit reality show "Big Brother," is leaving to set up her own company.
News Corp.-owned movie channel Star has signed a new output deal with DreamWorks Distribution.
A daughter of Silvio Santos, the wealthy owner of No. 2 Brazilian broadcaster SBT, was kidnapped Tuesday morning in Sao Paolo.
France's public broadcasting budget has been fixed at 21.3 billion francs ($2.97 billion) for 2002, an increase of $73 million, up 3.45% from this year, Culture Minister Catherine Tasca announced…
Oh, baby: The CBS promo wizards are getting a little infantile in their latest fall marketing campaign. Eye execs have enlisted chatty child Baby Bob to serve as the net's new on-air spokesman.
The "Mutant X" files continue: 20th Century Fox has filed new motions to prevent Tribune Entertainment from using the title for an upcoming syndie action hour.