Argentina-based pay TV programmer/distrib Pramer has inked a carriage deal with leading Mexican cabler Cablevision for femme-skewed Cosmopolitan Television.
Latin American feevee Canal Fox bowed "Mision 24," an original reality show special inspired by the Fox series "24," on July 21.
Scientist David Kelly, the BBC's sole source for its "sexed up" Iraqi dossier report, will be buried on Aug. 6 near his home in Longworth, Oxfordshire.
Atlanta-based cabler Cox Communications on Wednesday reported huge operating cash flows of $532 million for the second quarter, keeping up its reputation for running one of the tightest ships in the…
Just when things were looking better for AOL Time Warner, another unwelcome visit from Justice Dept. accounting cops sent the conglom's shares south Wednesday.
BBC1's 40-year-old music chart show "Top of the Pops" could be relegated to the less-than-popular digital web BBC3 if ratings don't pick up, according to BBC1 controller Lorraine Heggessey.
German kidvidder RTV has posted a e1.2 million ($1.36 million) half-year loss, well down from the $117 million loss the company suffered in the same period last year.
Belgian Flemish-lingo entertainment channel VT4 turned a net profit of e1 million ($1.15 million) in the first half of 2003. Eight-year-old channel lost $3 million in the first six months of 2002.
British politicians are invited to see how the other half lives in "My Week in the Real World," one of the many docs unveiled Wednesday that are skedded for this fall on BBC2.
Egmont subsidiary Nordisk Film has moved to beef up its Scandinavian TV holdings with the appointment of Daniel af Klintberg as the general manager of Nordisk Film TV Ltd., its Swedish TV production…