ITV's new breakfast station GMTV, which is 25% owned by the Walt Disney Co., has changed its chairman and its program director after a disappointing first six weeks on air.
Golden Globe winner Miranda Richardson has signed to star in "Tom and Viv," a movie based on the tragic love affair between American poet T.S. Eliot and his first wife.
It was Jim Gianopulos' first visit to the Monte Carlo TV Market as prexy of Twentieth TV Intl., and he didn't seem convinced it was worth it.
Larry Gershman's World Intl. Network took the Golden Nymph for best telefilm at the 33rd Monte Carlo TV Festival, for its "Till Murder Do Us Part."
Twentieth Television Intl. has unveiled a new action-adventure game concept called "Scavengers," which is designed to be tailored to the specific needs of individual broadcasters worldwide.
Britain's Channel 4 has set up a new subsidiary, Channel 4 Intl., to sell its feature films and TV programs and to explore other commercial opportunities for the web.
ITV station Granada Television, which was among the British pioneers of international co-production, has signaled a new policy toward foreign partnership that puts more emphasis on the tastes of…
The organizers of the 14th Monte Carlo TV Market, which opens for business at the Loews Hotel today and runs through Feb. 12, are hoping 1993 will be the year their luck changes.
British publisher Reed Intl. is negotiating to sell its 3.7% stake in British Sky Broadcasting to fellow shareholders Pearson, Chargeurs and Granada.
New York-based cable programmer Graff Pay-Per-View has made its first move into the European TV market by acquiring 25% of the U.K. company Home Video Channel Ltd.