In a sure sign that the German TV market is starting to percolate again, Herbert Kloiber's Tele Munchen will plunk down as much as $220 million over two years for upcoming Warner Bros. movies as well…
Buyers at Mip TV trawled the market Tuesday for the next big format -- real or scripted, romantic or comedy, a makeover of body, life or home.
Teutonic TV exec Jan Mojto is back on the Croisette -- and back in charge of a choice chunk of the Kirch library he used to oversee. Two years after exiting the now defunct Kirch Media to set up his…
EM.TV and RTV Entertainment have inked an agreement giving EM.TV international distribution rights to RTV content.
Roger Schawinski, managing director of Haim Saban's channel Sat 1, has solidified his grip at the web following the exit of Juergen Doetz from the management board.
Germany's advertising market may still be stuck in the mud, but the country's broadcasting landscape has remained dynamic as broadcasters continue to adapt to their changing environment.
More than six months after Haim Saban acquired ProSiebenSat.1 from the creditors of bankrupt Kirch Media, the multichannel broadcaster has gotten into gear, boosted its profits and smoothed out a…
Haim Saban is making tentative moves on the Teutonic pay TV market, eyeing Premiere, Germany's only paybox and the former sister company of his broadcasting group ProSiebenSat 1.
Last year's B.O. downturn has hit Germany's biggest indie producer-distrib, Constantin Film, in the hip pocket, with net losses widening to €9.9 million ($12 million) in 2003 from $1.3 million a year…
Entrepreneur Haim Saban and MTV parent Viacom are vying for a major stake in German music TV group Viva Media. Current major shareholders of Viva, which owns music webs Viva and Viva Plus, include…