Given the events in Kosovo, Martin Ostrow's "America and the Holocaust: Deceit and Indifference" seems particularly relevant these days, but of course this shameful story of American anti-Semitism…
Dramatically upping the stakes in its battle with affils, Disney/ABC has decided to go forward with plans to launch an all-soaps cable channel anchored by same-day episodes of the net's sudsers.
In an effort to cut costs, as well as change the emphasis of ABC News, division prexy David Westin has quietly begun trimming his staff of hard news correspondents.
Mipdoc, a two-day mart devoted to nonfiction programming, unspools this weekend in Cannes as a prelude to the larger Mip TV trade show.
British TV programs are too dark, slow and insular to challenge U.S. programs for mass audiences outside the U.K., according to a report published by the British government.
Oscar was good to "Entertainment Tonight," according to Nielsen's national syndie ratings report for the week ending March 28.
There's something more to "There's Something About Mary" star Ben Stiller.
ONdigital has come out fighting in the battle for the U.K.'s digital TV market, revealing it has signed 110,000 subscribers since its launch in November -- above expectations -- and announcing a…
Warner Bros. TV has inked a three-year, multimillion-dollar overall deal with "Frasier's" Emmy Award-winning supervising producer Rob Greenberg.
The German digital TV market finally is seeing some competition with Hamburg-based media player Michael Oplesch putting in for a license for digital TV project @TV.
Michelle Williams, star of the WB's "Dawson's Creek," is leaving the show for the summer to immerse herself in Off Broadway's "Killer Joe."