When CBS Entertainment prexy Leslie Moonves introduced "Brooklyn South" to television critics this summer, he warned that its violence was going to earn it an adult-only "TV-MA" rating.
For the first time since 1995, Congress is not trying to figure out a way to turn out the lights on public broadcasting.
As part of its strategic expansion abroad, Sony Pictures Entertainment has taken a 25% stake in Super TV, one of Taiwan's leading cable programmers.
In what could signal new directions for Hallmark Entertainment, the company has lured veteran theatrical producer David Picker to its fold and charged him with bringing movie talent aboard to enhance…
David Duchovny has been added to the roster of presenters for the 49th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards being telecast Sept. 14 on CBS.
The increase in midseason repeats is accelerating steady ratings erosion by the major broadcast networks, according to a new study from BJK&E Media Group, which documents the repeats' impact.
While ABC is spending $40 million to remind us that watching network television is a waste of brain cells, PBS will reach 80 million homes this year with a mixture of children's educational shows…
Barry Diller's Silver King Broadcasting is setting up a new headquarters for its Miami-Fort Lauderdale TV station in the Sony Entertainment Complex in Miami Beach's trendy South Beach neighborhood.
British sitcoms have traditionally translated well to Americanized versions for the U.S. TV-viewing market.
Only 13 months after its launch, Germany's first digital pay TV platform, DF1, is being dissolved, it was announced Thursday at a press conference in Berlin.
Last season, the networks turned to established TV stars such as Michael J. Fox and Bill Cosby to cut through the clutter of 40 new shows. Despite mixed results, including the failure of Ted Danson's…