While much ado has long surrounded the lunar New Year's Eve TV galas, Dec 31 is becoming another night when stars shine on the small screen.
Glamorous Kenya, a documentary that shows Kenya's scenery, wildlife, tribes and cities, will premiere on the documentary channel of CCTV-9.
Hunan Satellite TV, which displayed artwork behind a singer during the New Year's Eve program, did so without the artist's knowledge or permission.
TV networks are trying to adapt to a new advertising ban that came into effect on Sunday.
19-year-old vocalist Melanie Amaro wowed "The X Factor" judges with her soaring rendition of Beyonce's "Listen" during the final round.
Chinese director Kang Honglei will direct the new TV drama Seeing Without Looking, adapted from Bi Feiyu's novel Massage, which won this year's Mao Dun Literature Prize.
Don't look back. Maybe that's one lesson to be drawn from TV in the year past. At least, nostalgia didn't exactly pay off for the networks.
In the exhibition of Zhang Qing, monitors from CCTV - closed-circuit television, that is, not China Central Television - open above and below the viewers.
Charlie Sheen was fired from his role on TV sitcom "Two and A Half Men" because he was so addicted to cocaine that program makers feared he might die, or cause someone else to die, producer Chuck Lorre said.
Oprah Winfrey and her production company is in Hait to tape a segment of her upcoming show My Next Big Challenge.
Celebrities attend the CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute event at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on Dec 11, 2011.
Occupy Wall Street protesters late Thursday took over the empty set of television crime drama "Law & Order: SVU," which built a mock tent city for an episode based on the movement, but they were soon removed by police.