U.K. private broadcaster ITV is pushing Simon Cowell to return to judging the Brit version of "X Factor," as part of negotiations to extend the show on the channel. The three-year contract between…
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LONDON — Andy Murray's Wimbledon final victory on Sunday drew the highest TV ratings of the year in Blighty for the BBC. The British tennis star's straight sets win over current world number one…
ABC's rolling experiment with TV Everywhere for live local broadcast feeds entered its next phase, as the Alphabet net expanded access to the Watch ABC service to four more markets — but is now…
Speculation has begun to intensify that NBC will name Deborah Turness, the head of ITV News of Britain, as the new NBC News president, according to press reports. An NBC News spokeswoman declined to…
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The distribution arm of U.K. terrestrial web ITV will be offering buyers a hefty portfolio of drama at international TV mart Mip TV as it attempts to increase revenue from non-broadcast activities.
British terrestrial web ITV has forked out $8.2 million on a 51.2% stake in German format specialist Imago as it seeks to boost international production revenues to $1.8 billion by 2012.
It may have taken animated movies decades before receiving their own Oscar category, but the fledgling interactive-television market already has a chance to walk home with its own award at the TV…
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