Whatever happened to the "Sesame Street" generation? They're in their 30s now, and three of them have written a musical inspired by the famed TV show they watched as toddlers.
Japan's five leading commercial broadcasters, all based in Tokyo, are counting the high price of the switch to terrestrial digital broadcasting.
On July 15, MSNBC brings its revamped roster of feisty old cats to the frisky business of cable news. TV legend (and major paw-waver) Phil Donahue will take the 8 p.m. slot, vying against Fox News'…
Producer Dag Alveberg has been battling against the prevailing Nordic gloom for two decades, and finally seems to be winning.
U.S. investment bank JPMorgan Chase and Telefonica's Admira have finally found a buyer for Azul Television, Argentina's fourth-ranked web, after more than a year of hunting.
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Less than two years ago, it seemed as if Korean films would finally conquer their first major overseas market: Japan. A pair of hits in 2000 and last year seemed to solidify that notion. But then…
The demise of U.K. mini-studio FilmFour means the end of another output agreement for German partner Senator Entertainment -- and an opportunity for the Berlin company to increase its focus on…
Blame it on Dick Wolf. The enduring success of the producer's "Law & Order" franchise, combined with the impact of more recent smash "CSI," has sparked a small- screen crime wave. Almost half of the…
If there was ever a time when crime pays, it is in Europe and it is now. Between France's "Julie Lescaut," Holland's "Baantjer," Denmark's "Unit One," the U.K.'s "The Bill" and a crowd of crimeshows…
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