Rumbles of Yugoslavia's next civil conflict hit the nation's TV airwaves Wednesday after appointments to Radio Television Serbia (RTS) in the northern Serb province of Vojvodina angered politicos.
Exactly a year ago, Serbia was in the throes of revolution. Today, the Yugo economy is one of the fastest-developing markets in Europe, and its TV industry is leading the charge.
A year ago the primacy of Hungary's two commercial terrestrial networks, RTL Klub and TV2, appeared unchallenged. Cable existed on the fringes of the industry and brave attempts by nonterrestrial…
The families of Radio Television Serbia employees killed when NATO missiles destroyed the Belgrade studios in April 1999 are suing 17 of the 19 North Atlantic Alliance nations.
Romania's MediaPro Studios has launched an offensive to lure Western producers a bit further east of the traditional centers of the European production industry -- to the little-known but gradually…
Hungary's digital TV breakthrough is still beset by obstacles. Insiders warn that a lack of broadcast-tower infrastructure could hold back the revolution.
With negotiators busy trying to hammer out a peace accord to the five-month Macedonian conflict, and the nation's citizens hoping for a return to normalcy, the country's film biz is also looking to…
Serbia is beginning to reform its outlaw TV industry, which until the Oct. 5 revolution was little more than a political soapbox for Yugoslav dictator Slobodan Milosevic.
Yugoslav prosecutors have charged Dragoljub Milanovic, former chief of the state network Radio Television Serbia, with the manslaughter of 16 employees killed when NATO missiles destroyed RTS studios…
Reality TV continues its worldwide domination, with Hungary the latest to fall under its sway. Viewers have taken to "Bar," a local version of "Big Brother," and the American-made "Survivor" as if…
Few governments love movies more than the center-right administration of Prime Minister Viktor Orban, and faced with a lawsuit over its bid to build a state-controlled Hungarian Hollywood, few are…