NTL and Telewest, the U.K.'s two cable operators, are combining their advertising sales operations.
Go Racing, the consortium comprised of Channel 4, satcaster BSkyB and racecourse owner Arena Leisure, plans to launch a pay-TV horse racing channel in April 2002 in a deal worth up to £400 million…
Channel 5 has received a £6 million ($8 million) boost in its 2001 programming budget from shareholders RTL and United Business Media. It comes on top of a $28 million increase at the beginning of…
Marleen Gorris, director of Academy Award-winner "Antonia's Line," will helm "Little Ashes," a $10 million co-production between Amsterdam-based Egmond and U.S. indie Main Man for London startup…
Ridley Scott's Oscar-winning "Gladiator" will get its U.K. TV premiere April 23 through the pay-per-view operators Front Row and U Direct.
Elton John has lost the negligence suit he brought against his former management company, John Reid Enterprises, and accountancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Sydney-based Red Heart, the production joint venture set up by Granada and Seven Network, has folded. Former BBC entertainment chief Paul Jackson, who headed up the operation, will stay Down Under to…
Universal Studios Intl. has agreed to provide U.K.'s Video Networks' video-on-demand service with feature films as well as film and TV library titles for several years.
Satcaster BSkyB has acquired remake rights from sister company Fox TV to "Temptation Island" and will produce a British version of the U.S. reality show.
Universal Studios Intl. has agreed to provide U.K.'s Video Networks video-on-demand service with feature films as well as film and TV library titles for several years.