TV News Archives: Page 2This is page 2 of the tv news archives.
Study Finds Young Adults Not Following the News (July 16, 2007): The New York Times reports that a new study has found that today's teens and young adults are not keeping up with the news.
Nickelodeon Launches Nicktropolis (January 30, 2007): Nickelodeon has announced the launch of Nicktropolis, a virtual web community for kids.
Some Fox Affiliates Refuse to Run O.J. Interview (November 20, 2006): Aat least nine Fox affiliates are refusing the broadcast the controversial O.
Google Buys YouTube and Plans More Video Acquisitions (October 10, 2006): Google has acquired the extremely popular YouTube.
Flexible Viewing Devices Will Change Media Experience (August 23, 2006): Vnunet.
MTV Buys Atom Entertainment (August 11, 2006): MTV Networks has acquired Atom Entertainment, a publisher of web games, films and funny video clips for $200 million.
Gemstar Acquires Jump the Shark (June 22, 2006): Gemstar-TV Guide has acquired the Jumptheshark.
Popularity of Colbert Video Shows the Power of Blogs (May 15, 2006): Not many people usually watch the White House Correspondents Association Dinner.
Warner Bros. to Sell Movies, Show Via BitTorrent (May 9, 2006): The New York Times reports that Warner Bros.
BBC and CNN Most Trusted Global News Brands (May 4, 2006): Reuters reports on the results of a poll that surveyed 10,000 adults in 10 countries to see what news networks they trusted.
Disney to Offer Free Soaps and Shows Online (April 11, 2006): ZDNet reports that Disney is planning to offer a free two-month trial of free tv shows.
Amazon.com in Talks With Studios About Movie Downloads (March 10, 2006): The New York Times reports that Amazon.
CBS to Sell Survivor Episodes From CBS Website (February 1, 2006): Reuters reports that CBS has announced plans to sell episodes of the Survivor reality show directly from the CBS website.
CBS and Warner Bros. to Create CW Network (January 24, 2006): CBS Corporation and Warner Bros.
Rachael Ray to Host Daily Talk Show (November 25, 2005): Aauthor and tv personality Rachael Ray has inked a deal with King World Productions, Harpo Productions and Scripps Networks to host a daily, one-hour, talk show available to stations for Fall 2006.
G4TV Acquires Three Anime Series (September 23, 2005): G4TV has acquired three anime series, RahXephon, Cromartie High School and Colorful, from ADV Films.
TiVo Names Tom Rogers President and CEO (July 27, 2005): TiVo has announced the appointment of Tom Rogers as President and CEO, effective July 1, 2005.
MTV's Tempo to Offer Caribbean Programming (July 5, 2005): Tempo, a new cable television network dedicated to Caribbean music and culture, will be launched by MTV Networks, a division of Viacom Inc.
Tube to Launch in Raycom's Markets (May 7, 2005): The official launch of The Tube Music Network into Raycom Media, Inc.
TV Guide Debuts Inside TV (April 29, 2005): TV Guide Publishing Group has launched its new weekly publication called Inside TV.