The latest news on television
AT&T invades cable's turf with its new and promising U-Verse service.
A new analysis shows the Democrats outspent Republicans drastically in ad spending.
Cell carriers, satellite companies, and local broadcasters are all peddling mobile TV.
FCC would allow newspapers in big cities to own broadcast outlets.
The host of "The Dick Cavett Show" on television started his show-business career as a comedy writer.
Consumers will buy receivers in fall 2009, but they're unlikely to be cellphones at first.
LG and Samsung abandon their format war. Stations will be able to send signals to mobile devices.
New York City provider joins the fight against telcos.
Personalization means the service and its advertisers will know who turned on the TV.
It might be risky to wait for new converter boxes with niftier features.