TV3, the first private commercial TV station in Switzerland, unveiled Thursday in Zurich the schedule for its Sept. 6 launch.
Fox and its affils have declared a truce in their war over the net's controversial plan to take back a huge chunk of commercial inventory.
Despite its impressive pedigree, including director Kathy Bates and actors Judy Davis and Sam Shepard, this lavish, highly stylized production takes a simplistic love-conquers-all approach to the…
The New York Times has tapped Towers Prods. to deliver a two-hour History Channel retrospective adapted from the newspaper's special Sunday magazine issues examining great moments, movements and…
Rupert Murdoch is throwing down a challenge to John Malone by launching the Health Network in mid-July to 17 million cable subscribers.
Telewest, the U.K.'s second-largest cable company, is reportedly poised to make a $1 billion takeover bid for General Cable, the country's fifth-largest operator.
Peacock flagship WNBC remained Gotham's latenight news leader in May, while Fox's WNYW held onto the 10 p.m. news crown in a sweeps book marked by aud erosion for almost every station.
Primetime sales could climb up to 10% over last year to a record $6.8 billion, insiders say as TV's annual upfront ad market speeds toward the finish line.
Smart, an aspiring TV measurement service that hoped to compete with Nielsen Media Research, threw in the towel Thursday.
After losing ground in the past few sweeps, KABC reclaimed the 4 p.m. news crown from KNBC in the May book and closed the gap in other key news battles.
Representatives of three entertainment industry guilds will join the non-profit org Population Communications Intl. to examine social problems such as teenage parenthood, battered women and diseases…
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