The critics might have panned it, but Headline News fared well with viewers in August.
There's a revivalist spirit about this fall's TV skeds in Blighty, with webs more interested in revisiting old favorites than breaking new ground.
British execs and formats may be flavor of the month in the U.S., but back home in Blighty the television community is going through angst about its declining creative standards.
A drama skein from New Zealand has cracked the Australian market for the first time. Auckland production company ScreenWorks has sold 26 one-hour episodes of law drama "Street Legal" to Kerry Stokes'…
With the thrill of far-out reality shows fading, German TV stations are sticking to more traditional fare this fall, as they try to tap every-shrinking advertising dollar.
Some media moguls just don't get respect, particularly from rivals -- even amid kidnappings. Last week, Brazilian media chieftain Silvio Santos escaped unharmed after being held hostage for seven…
A major Hollywood union local has endorsed plans to fight runaway production through a countervailing tariff against U.S. producers using foreign subsidies.
Reality shows -- and their glaring absence -- dominate French webs' fall schedules, announced last week, polarizing Gallic TV as the debate over their vices and virtues rages on.
In some ways, it seems the networks' Saturday programming strategies in recent years have resulted in a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Time to officially rewrite the record books.
It's no fun showing up when the party's over. Ask Pamela Thomas-Graham, the low-profile exec who was quietly promoted to CEO of CNBC last month.