Still reeling from the early ayem pounding of the most powerful earthquake to hit L.A. this century, Hollywood took stock of the damage Tuesday as engineers at the major film and TV studios sifted…
The question on the table is a troubling one: individual vs. community rights. In its search for an answer, "A Place for Madness" finds there are only more questions.
Moody's Investors Service raised its rating on about $ 500 million of CBS Inc.'s long-term debt, citing the Eye web's ratings, cutting-efforts and an improving ad market.
Voices: Lily Tomlin, Thom Sharp, Amy Ziff, Pamela Segall, Reno, Kellen Hathaway, Carolyn Lawrence, Jarett Lennon, Sherry Lynn, Adam Ryen, Kath Soucie.
Two veterans of the broadcast sales and research wars are trying to revolutionize the way advertisers buy time on cable networks.
Tribune Entertainment is getting into country music in a big way with the launch of "The Road," a weekly fall syndicated series earmarked for primetime.
Some U.K. media analysts are skeptical about the attractions of broadcaster LWT Plc. to a "white knight" U.S. investor.
Disney Studios president Richard H. Frank is skedded to receive the Television Showmanship Award at the 31st annual awards luncheon of the Publicists Guild of America, the organization announced…
Germany's biggest television network plans to hire more non-Germans as anchors in an effort to increase acceptance of foreigners, a network official said.
Brian Lowry: Changing Channels