With online video the wave of the future, Comcast Corp. has taken a
financial stake in a Los Angeles-area company with 10,000 "channels" of younger
musicians, comedians, and other video-content creators on YouTube.
Cumulus announced this week that it will debut "America's Morning Show" (6 to 10 a.m. weekdays) on NASH-FM (94.7) beginning later this month.
Gannett Co. will nearly
double its television station holdings by buying Belo Corp. in a deal worth $2.2
Online advertising in the Middle East and North Africa region (Mena) is
growing at 37 per cent per year to hit $2.8 billion in 2016, industry experts
NHMC's conference to convene media industry executives and insiders.
Rebekah Brooks, ex-head of News International, pleaded not guilty to charges of conspiring to pervert justice and making unlawful payments to public officials.
Families USA will host a health policy training session for journalists who want to better understand health-care policy issues, especially those impacting minority communities.
CBS Corp. today announced it has wholly acquired TV Guide Digital, which includes the popular TVGuide.com and TV Guide Mobile properties.
Twitter is positioning itself at the nexus between
television and digital media with its new TV ad-targeting
program and a flurry of partnerships with media companies.
News Corp will be busted up into two distinct publicly traded companies, the media conglomerate announced Friday.
Alisha Gomez has been named managing editor of Los Angeles Times
Community News (TCN) in Orange County, Editor John Canalis announced.
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.