Showtime likes to tout itself as the network with "No Limits." This year, the pay cabler is hoping their motto extends to its potential for Emmy noms.
It's difficult to calculate just how much winning an Emmy impacts a performer's personal bottom line. We know that earning an Oscar tends to inflate one's bank account fairly rapidly in terms of…
Television ghettoizes actors. Studio movie leads represent the pinnacle of fame and fortune. The New York theater is a vehicle for respectability but largely discriminates against Hollywood…
After months of negotiations, moribund Australian feevee operator Cable & Wireless Optus has at last made progress in its quest to reduce its hefty programming expenses, talking its movie suppliers…
Television doesn't get a whole lot more visceral, or more genuinely moving, than does this supremely poignant Father's Day-themed hour that (however briefly) gives the term "reality TV" a good name…
What makes a voter at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences bestow an Emmy to one variety series, which often means talkshows, over another?
The Digital Broadcasting Co. will launch its U.K. pay-per-view service in July with MGM's "The Man in the Iron Mask."
Germany's leading pay TV services, Premiere and DF1, will soon be merging into one entity to be called Premiere World, the Kirch Group announced Tuesday.
Moving quickly to capitalize on the departure of CNN biz news front man Lou Dobbs, CNBC execs Tuesday greenlit an almost immediate expansion and revamp of "Business Center," the net's signature…
Writer-director Martyn Burke has taken the battle fought in the microchip trenches at the dawn of the computer revolution and turned it into a wildly entertaining geek tragedy with the stylistic feel…
FCC chairman Bill Kennard received a standing ovation from cable operators gathered here Tuesday after he said that regulators should keep their hands off the Internet.