Showtime's papal intrigue skein "The Borgias" bowed boffo in Italy this weekend, sparking protests from Catholics as cardinals from around the world flew in to elect the next pope.
Silvio Berlusconi's Mediaset is a surprise bidder for Telecom Italia Media's TV unit, the country's third terrestrial TV player, and its digital terrestrial TV bandwidth, which is being sold…
Summer has arrived in Italy, but it's cold war on the smallscreen as Al Gore's Current TV counts down its final weeks on Rupert Murdoch's Sky Italia, which is dropping the net in a spat over carriage…
Italian tires-to-telecoms conglomerate Pirelli announced on Saturday it has found a buyer for its controlling stake in Telecom Italia, a consortium of Italian financial institutes and Spain's…
Hard-up TV web La7, previously TeleMonteCarlo, will bow its cut-price programming March 11. The content will be "perhaps poor, but clever and high quality," Paolo del Pino, CEO of main shareholder…
Italy's financially beleaguered TV net TeleMontecarlo (TMC) is getting an infusion of cash, energy and a new name, La7.
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