"Television" Blogs & Blog Posts

Media DecoderMedia Decoder

Covering the media industry

 
Dwardus Prime EntertainmentDwardus Prime Entertainment

An entertainment more geared up for movies, television, books, music and vi...

 
TV MoleTV Mole

Everything you need to get your TV programme commissioned - international i...

 
Deep DishDeep Dish

Groovy thoughts of a gay writer about all things fabulous.

 
Insanity Now Has A WebsiteInsanity Now Has A Website

You know how sometimes you have a moment, and you kind of wish someone was ...

 
Scooter McGavin's 9th GreenScooter McGavin's 9th Green

Your one-stop place for music, TV, sports, and maybe some politics. So make...

 
Pond PerspectivePond Perspective

Follow the ponderings, triumphs and foibles of a single woman in Manila. A ...

 


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The actor Daniel Dae Kim — in his new role as executive producer — was turned down twice by CBS before landing the show at the last-place network.

This past weekend saw the NEC Classic Car Show take place, and, again, it was a raging success! Classic car fans and aficionados alike descended upon Birmingham to see the sights that this year's show had to offer. One of the highlights of the s...

Two-thirds admit to streaming movies and TV shows outside the home. And 12 percent who watch in public have done so in public restrooms.

The agency voted to relax several rules, including allowing a company to own more than one of the top stations in a local market.

Toshiba has been shedding its departments for a few years to streamline operations and recoup losses after its 2015 accounting scandal. Sony bought out its sensor business in 2015 for $155 million and Bain Capital (of all entities) just purchased its...

When writing a screenplay, there are lots of questions you can ask about your characters to get to know them better. Read this Filmmaking Stuff guest article from screenwriter Jurgen Wolff.

Amazon announced on Monday that it has retained the rights to adapt J.R.R. Tolkien’s “Lord of the Rings” for television for its Prime streaming service.