Friday, May 21, 2010
  • CW Shifts Hit Shows, Debuts 'Hellcats'

    Like its sister network CBS, CW will hit the new season with more shows and a major shifting of its hit shows. Monday night … Read the whole story

  • Meredith: E-Readers Can Save Money, Revitalize Titles

    Magazine publishers seem determined not to offer e-readers material for free. Meredith Corp. CEO Stephen Lacy spoke about growing the top line with Kindle … Read the whole story

  • MTV's Tr3s Pushes New Lineup, Multigenerational Viewing

    Network MTV Tr3s wants to carve out more of its own identity by swapping parts of its moniker. The Hispanic-targeted network, seen in 39 … Read the whole story

  • Stormy Weather: Dish Could Yank Weather Channel

    Dish Network has turned up the heat on the Weather Channel. In what could be a first in an operator-network carriage dispute, Dish has … Read the whole story

  • CBS Considers Promoting 'S' Word Sitcom

    How does a broadcast network promote a show with a word in its title that the Federal Communications Commission forbids it to use? This … Read the whole story

  • Mag Bag: Magazine Audience Numbers Stabilize

    The total audience for consumer magazines remained more or less stable from spring 2009 to spring 2010, according to the latest figures from GfK … Read the whole story

  • Univision Scores Soccer's El Tri

    In a striking deal, Univision has grabbed rights to Mexican national soccer team games from rival Telemundo. The deal comes as the team could … Read the whole story