New Zealand TV veteran Ian Fraser is the new head of pubcaster TVNZ.
Markets & Festivals
French pay TV programmer MultiThematiques has inked a direct-to-home exclusive deal for its Eurochannel pay service with Sky Mexico, effective March 1.
France Television Intl., German pubcaster ZDF, France's Arte, U.K.-based Fremantle Media, Spain's Planeta and Filmax, and Spanish producers' body Fapae are among companies that have signed up for…
The number of subscribers to Canal Plus's pay TV channel fell last year for the first time, down 60,000 to 4.56 million.
The Indian government is simplifying its policy for media content imports. From April, films on videotape, compact disc, laserdisc and digital video disc will be allowed into the country without most…
Indian filmmaker Ujjal Chattopadhyay is shooting a film based on the real-life story of a woman tortured and forcibly converted to Islam by the Taliban in Afghanistan.
Animation company Pentamedia Graphics has bagged a $10 million program commission from Korean broadcaster ANI 21 to create character models and sets for an animation project called "Sea Wars."
Rupert Murdoch's News Television India will go public in early 2003. The company plans a listing on the Mumbai and Delhi stock exchanges.
Sony Entertainment Network is planning to launch new local channels and boost the production of feature films made in India.
RealNetworks has inked a deal that will put paying subscribers of its RealOne service in the driver's seat during NASCAR races.
The New Mexico Legislature has approved two bills to bring the film industry back to the Land of Enchantment, said Nancy Everist, director of the New Mexico Film Office.
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