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.
A Christmas surge in moviegoing lifted 1992 U.K. ticket sales to their highest level in 12 years, according to figures released by the Cinema Advertising Assn.
Carlton TV, the new London ITV station, has appointed Central Television Enterprises as its international program distributor.
German media mogul Leo Kirch is in final stages of expanding his European empire again, this time to include a piece of Spain. The target is 25% of Spain's leading private TV station, Tele Cinco, the…
Australian media baron Kerry Packer is back in the international TV production business, with plans for a major joint venture based in Los Angeles.
The two pan-European sports channels, Eurosport and the European Sports Network (TESN), have agreed to merge after years of bitter rivalry. U.S. sports cabler ESPN will be part of the new channel's…
John Birt, the BBC's controversial new director-general, unveiled the first major appointments of his regime yesterday, along with substantial changes in the way the pubcaster does business.