Reality TV stalwart "Big Brother" is deja vu for Romanian regulators still reeling from 40 years of totalitarianism.
Serbia's state-run TV station in Kosovo, at one time the premier network in the NATO-occupied and U.N.-controlled province, is to shutter.
Broadcast authorities will set up a commission to end cable piracy to stave off sanctions from Western Europe and the U.S., the government announced Monday.
Some 700 workers at Bosnia state TV (BiH tv) will go on one-day strike Thursday, and could walk out indefinitely in protest at low salaries and delays in payment.
Since multiplexes were first introduced here in the mid-1990s, exhibs have successfully expanded the cinema market into almost every demographic niche, making Hungary one of the most developed cinema…
Moldova's broadcast watchdogs have slapped a daily two-minute limit on adverts for political candidates and parties airing on government-controlled network TeleRadio Moldova, TeleRadio Gagauzia and…
The European Agency for Reconstruction and the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe have pledged more than $500,000 to Serbia to set up a broadcast agency to help its media meet…
Two Hungarian animation companies and one Canadian have won a $886,000 grant from the government to produce cartoon programming promoting Hungarian accession to the European Union, which locals…
Romania's TV watchdog, the National Audio-Visual Council (CNA), is cleaning up the airwaves, forcing broadcasters to cut violence and explicit sex from programming -- but chopsocky movies are the…
TV Yugoslavia (TV YU) is to go off the air just two months after pols dismantled the Yugoslav federation in favor of the union of Serbia & Montenegro.