For years, Columbus, Ohio, had the distinction of being the nation's largest TV market with the fewest commercial stations: three affiliated with the networks and a fourth now associated with Fox.
At the American Film Market, where every buyer wants to see the product available, a new technology threatens to replace the omnipresent videotape: CD-I.
As networks start looking ahead to next season, the ratings of borderline programs, especially ones the webs had high hopes for, raise an interesting dilemma: Is it the show or the timeslot?
Malaysia's deputy prime minister said March 22 the government's ban on the Oscar-winning Holocaust film "Schindler's List" would be reviewed.
France's privatization program suffered a setback as the government informed bidders for state-owned Radio Monte Carlo the sale won't go through as scheduled.
Three years after the government announced its intentions to privatize Colombian airwaves, the measure will finally come up for a vote in Parliament this spring. According to the Ministry of…
With so many U.S. majors sending cable signals south of the border (see separate story), the heavyweights have not ignored the potential of the estimated 24 million Hispanic households at home -- the…
The good news for U.S. indie producers is that most Southeast Asian economies are booming and multiplex cinemas and new channels are proliferating. The not-so-good news is that these burgeoning…
Seen on PBS stateside, "Rights & Wrongs," the award-winning newsmag hosted by Charlayne Hunter-Gault, had been a primetime staple on Europe's SuperChannel satcaster.
As bankers prepare for a Friday meeting on the Euro Disney audit, some bank officials already say it is too early for them to agree on the park's cash needs or on refinancing proposals.
Fox-owned WFLD in Chicago has broken Tribune Broadcasting's grip on "Seinfeld" reruns in the nation's top three TV markets.