The Supreme Court on Monday invalidated a provision of the federal food and drug laws that banned pharmacies from advertising "compounded" pharmaceuticals.
With two of its high-profile sweeps specials, as well as 60 Minutes, CBS coasted to ratings victory Sunday night, winning in households, total viewers, adults 25 through 54 and adults 18 through 49.
The Yankees Entertainment & Sports Network, which controls the broadcast rights to the New York Yankees baseball team, said on Monday it filed a federal lawsuit against Cablevision Systems Corp., alleging antitrust violations.
Almost three-quarters of the commercial broadcasters that were supposed to be offering a digital signal by Wednesday will fail to make the deadline.
Advertisers value regionally targeted Web media mostly because it's an inexpensive add-on to offline buys, according to new findings from the Newspaper Association of America.
Network television will bid farewell to a lovelorn lawyer, a perky college coed and a batch of paranoid FBI agents while welcoming back its favorite shows of yesteryear for a nostalgia-soaked May "sweeps" period that started Thursday night.
AOL Time Warner Inc., the world's largest Internet and media company, on Wednesday posted a $54.2 billion net loss, the largest ever U.S. quarterly net loss, after taking a whopping charge for accounting changes.
The feud between Cablevision and YES has helped DirecTV, whose new subscribers increased 100 percent from March to April.
The Robert Blake murder case may not rival O.J. Simpson's in television attention, but it's already caused a surprising ratings bump for CNN and a flareup of tensions in cable's hottest rivalry.
Terry Semel, chairman of Internet giant Yahoo Inc. and a former Hollywood executive, on Tuesday blasted major media companies for being paralyzed by the threat of online piracy and moving too slowly to bring music and movies to the Web.