LONDON Embattled British Prime Minister Gordon Brown unveiled his latest bid to reconnect with disgruntled voters last week -- Number10TV.
Ute Biernat, chairman of international format protection body Frapa, has defended its very public attack on ABC Studios over the contents of a controversial leaked memo, which it argues could be seen…
Ute Biernat, chairman of international format protection body Frapa, has defended the org's very public attack on ABC Studios over the contents of a controversial leaked memo, which it argues could…
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U.S. blockbusters "Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire" and "King Kong" and a comedy special celebrating Prince Charles' 60th birthday are among the highlights of commercial web ITV's fall schedule…
Embattled British Prime Minister Gordon Brown unveiled his latest bid to reconnect with disgruntled voters Tuesday -- Number10TV.
Shares in troubled British commercial web ITV received a boost Tuesday with continued talk of a possible takeover bid from reality giant Endemol.
Hit British laffer ``The IT Crowd'' will air in the U.S., a year after NBC passed on its remake of the sitcom.
U.K. distributor FremantleMedia Enterprises has picked up the international rights (excluding North America) to five skeins from ``Deadliest Catch'' producer Thom Beers' U.S. reality shingle Original…
The proposed online video-on-demand joint venture between Blighty's ITV, Channel 4 and BBC Worldwide has been dealt another setback, with U.K. competition regulators extending the deadline for their…
The BBC's commercial arm has taken a stake in a new venture set up by Jeremy Clarkson, the host of the pubcaster's hit motoring show "Top Gear," to help it exploit the skein around the world.