The success with which "The Hunger Games" film harnessed social networks, en route to becoming 2012's biggest blockbuster, underscores a growing threat to billions of dollars in movie-advertising revenue on which broadcasters rely.
The 76-episode drama series "Legend of Zhen Huan" has had sweeping popularity in the Chinese mainland over the past months.
ABC danced to one of its best ratings weeks of the season.
Barack Obama poked fun at his likely presidential rival Mitt Romney and Republican opponents in Congress on Saturday night, including a dig at Romney's treatment of a pet dog, at the annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner.
"American Idol" host Ryan Seacrest will remain on the top-rated U.S. TV singing contest, ending speculation the personality might jump to a new show.
The 20-year-old alt-rocker Colton Dixon was revealed to surprisingly have received the fewest viewer votes on "American Idol".
Television is as indispensable as oxygen for Li Fuqiang, a 49-year-old herdsman in Gansu, an underdeveloped province in northwest China.
Half a century ago, a version of Dream of the Red Chamber became so popular that it was made into a movie, watched over a billion times in China.
The first episode of large-scale cultural documentary series, Translation: A Life-long Pursuit, was released recently. It portrays the translation career of poet Tu An, spanning 60 years.
One of the best-kept secrets in television history has been revealed, with "The Simpsons" creator Matt Groening pointing to Springfield, Oregon.
Documentary filmmaker Wu Wenguang started the Folk Memory Documentary Project in 2010, when a handful of people documented and focused on a period known as the "Great Chinese Famine".
Celebrities arrive for the Bravo Media 2012 Upfront Presentation in New York April 4, 2012.