At its best, user-generated video may be amusing, but it's not a business, at least by the standards of a Hollywood major.
The headlines from this year's upfront television-advertising sales frenzy have been just what broadcast and cable network execs wanted to see.
PBS docu series "Frontline" has bagged a $5 million grant from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. Coin is earmarked to help the series and its companion newsmag "Frontline/World"…
From the moment NBC Entertainment prexy Kevin Reilly made his hasty exit from the Peacock in late May, there was speculation that he would wind up on the Fox lot, and for good reason. Industry…
Tribune Co. has set Aug. 21 as the date for its special shareholders meeting to vote on the agreement to take the Chicago-based newspaper and TV company private in a takeover led by real estate mogul…
Private equity giant Carlyle Group is in talks to buy out U.K. cabler Virgin Media in a deal that would value the company at around $20 billion.
Douglas Frantz will step down as a managing editor of the Los Angeles Times as of July 6 after nearly two years in the post. Frantz joined the paper in 2003 from the New York Times.
NBC's "America's Got Talent" was the only thing with a pulse in primetime on Tuesday. ABC's "Shaq's Big Challenge" was audience-challenged in its premiere, and it was another woeful night for Fox's…
Michael Eisner-backed Internet production shingle Vuguru has teamed with Dinosaur Diorama Prods. for a Web serial focusing on a fictional indie rock band.
Paramount's "Freedom Writers" and Miramax's "Venus" tied for top feature film honors in this year's Humanitas Prize competish, designed to recognize scribes of works that aim to offer insights into…
Yahoo's Wenda Harris Millard has resigned her post as head of domestic sales for the Internet giant and signed on with Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia as president of media.