The Nielsen Hispanic Television Index celebrated its first year tracking viewership habits of U.S. Hispanics and Univision is elated.
Though theatrical attendance in Chile was up just 0.5% in 1993, hitting nearly 5 million tickets, the news cheered the industry execs since it reversed a downward trend ongoing since 1988.
The Grammy Awards hit a flat Nielsen note on Tuesday, as viewers puckered up for episodes of "Roseanne" and "NYPD Blue," as well as the NBC special "Ancient Prophecies."
For broadcasters, figuring out how to be a player on the information superhighway is a lot like Dorothy's efforts to go home in "The Wizard of Oz." At last week's National Assn. of Broadcasters…
An advertising exec and a former political exile will share the chairmanship of South Africa's newly created Independent Broadcasting Authority, a selection panel announced last week.
Blockbuster shareholders withdrew their court effort Wednesday to block the video rental giant's upcoming $ 1.25 billion investment in Viacom, but will instead try to prevent the merger itself.
With two big musicals on deck and the sure-fire shows filling houses once again, receipts jumped during Week 42 (March 14-20). The plump roster drew $ 6,834,821, an 8.6% rise from the previous week.
R "Ballistic" (Ballistic Features Inc.; "for violence, strong sexuality and language"). "C.I.A. II: Target Alexa" (P.M. Entertainment Group Inc.; "for terrorist violence, and some language").
The Independent Television Commission, the U.K. licensing and broadcasting regulatory authority, in a submission to the Dept. of National Heritage, called Tuesday for a limited relaxation of…
Despite a generation of political struggle, an underground rock 'n' roll movement has thrived in Buenos Aires and Mexico City.
Even though Chile is a relatively small market, it has become one of the prime targets for international investors who see it as one of the best Latin low-risk growth areas.