Elisabeth Hasselbeck is leaving the desk at "The View" for the couch on Fox News Channel's "Fox & Friends."
The use of tax credits to lure production of the Netflix series "House of Cards" to Maryland has renewed a nationwide debate among lawmakers over the benefits of offering high-dollar incentives to encourage Hollywood to come to them.
A British Parliament committee said it will ask media mogul Rupert Murdoch to explain
his remark that payments to public officials are commonplace for British media.
NBC 5 / KXAS-TV is partnering with the NBCUniversal Foundation to launch its second annual 21st Century Solutions program, a grant challenge for local nonprofit organizations implementing new and innovative programs.
CBS and Netflix today announced an extension of its multiyear licensing agreement for select CBS library content streamed instantly to Netflix customers.
NBCUniversal and Summit Entertainment announced a partnership in which Summit's RED 2 will become the first feature film showcased on Fandango's digital movie recommendation show, "Weekend Ticket."
Tribune Co. has agreed to acquire Cincinnati-based Local TV LLC for
$2.725 billion in cash, the companies announced Monday.
German news agency dpa saw profit and sales
increases in 2012, the company said Friday.
FEARnet, a provider of horror TV content, named Elizabeth Greer director of research Tuesday.
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.