Last week's "upfronts," the announcements of what will grace the big five networks' prime-time schedules for the 2013-14 season, included a fair number of solid prospects for repeat viewing, including "Super Fun Night," "Dracula" and "The Blacklist."
Bruce Rosenblum, chief executive at Warner Bros. Television Group, is
resigning less than half a year after being passed over for the top job at the
movie and television production giant.
Fox and Twitter have entered into a partnership to promote the broadcaster's programs and help advertisers reach TV audiences as they discuss shows on the social network.
After 60 years in journalism, legendary broadcaster Barbara Walters is finally pulling the plug on her TV career.
California legislative leaders and 10 public employee
unions announced their opposition to any sale of the Los Angeles Times and
other Tribune Co. newspapers to a pair of wealthy brothers who fund conservative
The L.A. Lakers' season may be over, but two stars managed to blossom -- and Latino fans are showing they want to watch their team in Spanish.
Online retailer Amazon recently posted 14 original "TV pilots" on
the Web for public review. Before a single
show has officially debuted, it has established a brand.
¿YouTube rivalizara con la television?¿El video en internet desplazara a la TV? El director ejecutivo de Google, Eric Schmidt, se nego a pronosticar si la red dejara atras a la television a la vez que declaro de forma contundente: "Ya ha ocurrido".
North Korea ranks way back with Iran and Syria as among the top
10 worst countries for press freedom, according to an annual ranking whose
worldwide findings were bleak.
Howard Kurtz has been
fired by The Daily Beast, the website's publisher Tina Brown said Thursday.
Former Congress members are presiding over 'hearings' at the National Press Club in Washington to determine the truth about extraterrestrials.
The New York Times company reported a sharp drop
in profits and revenue Thursday even as it retools to take advantage of the digital age.
Despite the National Hispanic Media Coalition's work to eliminate the word "illegal" in media coverage because it fuels stereotypes about Hispanics and immigrants, the New York Times announced it will continue to use the term.
Mathew Ingram, a senior writer for the tech website GigaOM, perfectly set the tone for the paidContent Live conference and at the same time summed up where we are in the media business right now.
Governor Susana Martinez says film industry is important to New Mexico and is willing to increase subsidies.