News and Articles About Television
British Airways passengers in need of a nap will soon have the option to zone out on hours of footage of people knitting, walking in the park and feeding birds.
Tips for getting media attention for your business, even if you don't have a new product, service or website to brag about.
Starting this week, Crazy Pyes food truck will be serving up fruit pies and ice cream across the U.S.
With a new CEO leading the way, Atari is focusing on the future. At the same time, a documentary in the works seeks to uncover why, years ago, Atari dumped thousands of cartridges in a landfill.
The creators of 'Submissions Only,' a comedy web series that airs on BroadwayWorld.com, have struck a sweet spot with audiences well beyond the theater world.
While cable TV and high-speed Internet are basic necessities for many of us, we aren't happy with the service we get.
Rugged Events snagged a cool $1.75 million investment from Mark Cuban. Here are co-founder Rob Dickens' top tips for other hopeful entrepreneurs.
The star of HGTV's 'Staged to Perfection' spent 18 years working as a screenwriter, but her career path was completely unscripted.
Digitally-minded startups are taking to TV to raise their profiles and reach new users.
Yahoo announced two original comedy series -- one about a misfit spaceship crew and one about Las Vegas's first pro basketball team.
The tech giant is using Xbox to launch and distribute 12 new original series.
MTV's new series, which profiles snake venom milkers, beer keg inventors and junk food bloggers, represents the networks first foray into business-centric content.
While it's not yet clear if and how Colbert will repurpose his Comedy Central-bred persona for network TV, he is bound to make 'The Late Show' all his own.
The network has launched an online talent competition to find its next comedy hit.
Taking a page from Netflix, Amazon and Hulu, Yahoo is reportedly entering the content production arena.
Israel-based tech company StoreDot claims to have a new product that can move your smartphone's charge-o-meter from that red sliver of death to full-on green in well under a minute.
Aereo, which snatches over-the-air TV signals and streams them on the internet for a few dollars a month, is determined to prevail over the TV networks trying to bring it down.
The billionaire behind Tesla and SpaceX thinks the creators of the new HBO series 'Silicon Valley' need to spend a little bit more time at Burning Man.
Amazon is looking to differentiate itself from competitors with a video-streaming device you can talk to.
NBCUniversal is jettisoning the lifestyle and TV recap sites, but vocal fans prompted the company to reverse its decision to keep the sites' archived content from the public.
Startup's streaming of live TV content on the internet will be at the center of a Supreme Court case soon.
The bold startup once again slams big broadcasters for claiming its business model thrashes copyright laws, setting the tone for its defense in a federal court battle that begins next month.
The bankrupt sandwich chain attempts to tap into the television zeitgeist in an ad that combines characters from cult TV shows 'Game of Thrones' and 'House of Cards.'
Apple would like its streaming content separated from the rest of the web in order to ensure an uninterrupted experience.
After featuring talking babies in its much-beloved ad campaigns for seven years, E*Trade is moving in a new direction.