In a business obsessed with youth, newly appointed ABC Entertainment chairman Stu Bloomberg took the unusual step Tuesday of touting his age, 47, as one of the main attributes he brings to the job.
The creation of Colombia's first two private TV stations could prove a washout after contenders blanched last week at the prospect of paying a minimum $95 million for the licenses.
The TV content ratings stirred up discontent in D.C. again Tuesday as a triumphant press conference was quickly announced and then even more quickly canceled, and industry mavens debated the trauma…
Spanish commercial broadcaster Tele 5 has confirmed its position at the forefront of TV production in Spain by creating a studio and TV production complex, the Picasso Studios.
Brian Keith, the burly, gruff film and TV performer who gained his greatest fame in the 1960s sitcom classic "Family Affair," shot and killed himself Tuesday in the wake of a series of medical and…
British Digital Broadcasting has been awarded all three of the digital terrestrial TV licenses it was bidding for, licenses representing at least 15 of 30 or so planned digital terrestrial TV…
After a long and heated battle for control of Germany's digital pay TV market, Leo Kirch and Bertelsmann have agreed to become equal partners in pay TV channel Premiere.
In a stunning corporate move, ABC executive Stuart Bloomberg is expected today to be named chairman of ABC Entertainment, over ABC Entertainment president Jamie Tarses, sources said.
A potential windfall of new advertising revenues emerged as the key motive behind the deal by News Corp. and Liberty Media to buy 40% of Cablevision Systems Corp.'s sports networks for $850 million.
The Chicago Bulls' "drive for five" in the NBA Finals helped drive down national ratings for most firstrun access strips in the week ending June 8.
ProSieben Media, the first German television group to go public, announced on Monday that it will sell its shares at a rate of between 66 and 72 marks ($38.37 - $41.64).