David E. Kelley's high-profile ABC drama "Snoops" will soon be history, at least in part because of the success of the net's "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire."
Optimism is creeping back onto the agenda at the Cable and Satellite Broadcasting Assn. of Asia (Casbaa) conference and exhibition, which runs here through Friday.
Some serious hip hop flava could soon be coming to Fox Broadcasting: The web is developing a biopic of rap mogul Russell Simmons which would also serve as a history of hip-hop culture.
Homer and the rest of the Simpson clan will take center stage at the Sixth Annual U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, held this February in Aspen. The festival has signed most of "The Simpsons'" regular cast…
Pay-per-view events came of age as a heavy-duty revenue generator during the 1990s.
CBS is placing its faith in Carol Marin to boost the dismal local news ratings at its owned-and-operated station in Chicago.
Pro basketball is off to a slow start on Ted Turner's TNT, dropping 20% in the Nielsen ratings from the same November period in 1997.
Grupo Televisa unveiled a one-stop ad sales plan for its pay TV operations. Mexico's dominant broadcaster is also a leading provider via its majority stakes in satcaster Sky Mexico and Mexico City…
Lawyers for Playboy Television appeared in the Supreme Court on Tuesday to argue against a law that would force cable operators to completely block the sound and video from their softcore porn…
With the networks serving something besides leftovers this past Thanksgiving weekend, viewers flocked back to the webs and gave them their best Thanksgiving weekend young adults results in three…
Only Ebenezer Scrooge would knock TNT's "A Christmas Carol." Handsome, wholesome and finely tuned, the cable web's take on Charles Dickens' 1843 masterwork is TV at its classiest.